Found February 24, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
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With rampant speculation that Craig Anderson could miss upwards of six to eight weeks because an Ottawa Sun source said surgery was required on the 30-year-old Anderson, who was still in hospital Thursday, general manager Bryan Murray addressed the media this afternoon to quell all rumours and conjecture surrounding Ottawa's number one goaltender. Anderson suffered the cut and severed the tendon in his pinkie finger while preparing a meal after Wednesday night's victory over the Washington Capitals.  Even though Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) tried to some hilarious cover up stories1 by tweeting that Anderson is ambidextrous, Scott put it best (@Wham_City) by stating that Anderson's a workhorse. He just refuses to rest, even at home.  Kidding aside, Murray passed along these details this afternoon: “We were told (Thursday) it was going to be some period of time. (Friday) we got a little better news. As soon as he feels comfortably he can handle a stick, he’ll ...
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