Found April 10, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Josh Gorges finished atop the league standings in blocked shots this season and managed to play in all 82 games. Not bad for a guy coming off ACL-reconstruction--which we know can be a little tricky. A big confidence boost was surviving a freak fall in the preseason that tested Gorges' knee to its full extent. Having passed that test with flying colors, the Montreal rearguard showed his persis...
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