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This is just how things are for the Rangers, isn’t it? When they win, it’s almost never easy. And when they win easily, there’s the caveat of an injury. There’s always something.
Today, it was the departure of Derick Brassard in the first period of what was an otherwise flawless showing from the New York Rangers. Skating into the offensive zone, Brassard dished a puck over to Benoit Pouliot before getting nailed by Montreal defenseman Mike Weaver.
To Weaver’s credit, it was a good, clean hit, and Brassard set himself up for it by admiring his pass. Brassard received treatment from Head Trainer Jim Ramsay before going to the locker room, where he stayed for the remainder of the game. After the game, Alain Vigneault called him “day-to-day” but refused to give any sort of clue as to what the injury is. Brassard confirmed the “day-to-day” diagnosis.
“It’s nothing serious… hopefully I’m going to be ready to play on Monday (for Game Two),” he told reporters. “The reason why I came bac
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#NYR #MTL Brassard on if he can play on Mon: "Not sure. We'll see how I feel tomorrow. I didn't feel like I could help the team [after hit]"
— Katie Strang (@KatieStrangESPN) May 17, 2014
Below, watch the hit Mike Weaver put on Derrick Brassard which forced Brassard to miss most of the game... Continue reading "Video- Derick Brassard Not Sure If He...
It's better to be the hammer than the nail. New York Rangers forward Derick Brassard is injured after a clean, hard check by Canadiens defenseman Mike Weaver. Brassard left the game and didn't return.Rangers coach A. Vigneault says Derick Brassard "day to day" after he was injured 1st pd vs. Canadiens (ESPN) http://t.co/wwdwdGz5gU— Tom Callahan (@CallahanOnAir) May 17, 2014
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