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Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson says he expects to be '100 per cent' at the start of training camp next month.
Karlsson who suffered a serious Achilles injury last season is in Sweden participating in pre-Olympic camp and told Swedish reporter Marie Lehmann of SVT that he should be fully recovered soon as his foot remains numb from missing a few nerves.
"I'm sure I'll be able to skate 100 per cent when the season starts" said Karlsson. "This summer has been my best so far workout-wise.
"The normal feeling isn't there but I'm getting used to not normal. It's not really connecting down there."
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Speaking on the strict condition of anonymity, a highly-placed source within the National Hockey League (herein "NHL") confirmed a growing level of concern with the financial situation of the Ottawa Senators dating back to early-2012, including the placement of the team on a league "watch-list".
The source offered the following on the matter:
I could wait to post this and get more views, but screw it. I'm committed to doing each team and I will. Hell I'm having fun and I hope you guys are too in this hockey starved environment.
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