Found November 24, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Michal Handzus had the look of a man who’s seen the light at the end of his injury tunnel. The veteran center has been sidelined since late October with an upper-body injury. Through his early recovery skates, a setback and then more skates, Handzus just tried to stay positive, knowing he’d get healthy eventually. “I’ve been on a table too long,” said Handzus on Saturday afternoon. “Hopefully this is over and I can have fun in the (locker) room. I haven’t had that in a long time because I’ve been in the training room for too long.” Handzus is close to having fun again. He joined the team in Vancouver, and coach Joel Quenneville said Handzus could play soon, possibly against Edmonton on Monday night or against Calgary on Wednesday. It’s great news for a veteran who’s had his share of injuries since the 2012-13 postseason but is ready to rejoin the “fun.” “It’s very frustrating,” Handzus said of his injuries. “I love to play the game but it is what it is. You just put your
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