Found February 14, 2014 on Kukla's Korner:
The news regarding Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg keeps getting worse and worse. After the Swedes announced that he would miss the remainder of the Olympics, Wings GM and Team Canada consultant Ken Holland delivered a grim prognosis to the Free Press's Helene St. James: Detroit general manager Ken Holland told the Free Press Friday that Zetterberg, "is in a great deal of discomfort, so in fairness to Sweden, the Detroit Red Wings organization and himself, he is pulling out of the Olympics. "He has to see a doctor, but he will not be ready by the time we come out of the Olympic break. Beyond that, I have no real time frame." Holland continued, and again, the news is no good, but I will say this: I'm grateful that the Swedish doctors chose to work with the Wings instead of keeping him going for the sake of Olympic pride: Continue reading "Red Wings GM Ken Holland updates Henrik Zetterberg’s status, as does Zetterberg: it’s bad"
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