Found February 16, 2013 on
On Hotstove Tonight the topics discussed were the Ottawa Senators including the Karlsson injury and should the Sens move Alfredsson, Ryan O'Reilly, Olympic participation and NHL injuries.
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Now that Erik Karlsson has suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon injury and joined Jason Spezza on the sideline, the Ottawa Senators appear doomed.How can a team overcome the loss of the NHL’s top puck-rushing defenseman after losing its No. 1 center to a long-term injury too? The answer, of course, is that it can’t – no matter how brave the Senators remain.“You know,...
Late on this but the following is a transcript of Bryan Murray's press conference to update the media on Erik Karlsson's status. Credit should be given to Murray for staying composed and keeping it together. He's essentially the antithesis of Eugene Melnyk.
As always, my thoughts will be in bold.
“First of all an update on Erik – he had surgery...
Move over deer antler spray. The newest craze in sports products? Cut-resistant socks.
Last week, the Senators all-star defensemen, Erik Karlsson, had his Achilles heel sliced by the skate of the Penguins Matt Cooke. It was a fluke play -- depending on who you ask -- but it was a play which made more NHL teams take preventative measures to ensure the safety of their team. Enter...
Matt Cooke reached out to Erik Karlsson and apologized for the freak, disturbing injury that likely ended the young defenseman's season. As seen in a report by the Winnipeg Sun, Cooke texted Karlsson but wasn't sure if the young star would respond to his apology.
Cooke's apology comes a day after Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk stated he didn't believe Cooke...
If you watch this video, how quickly does it take you to say " does Eugene Melnyk realize he employs Chris Neil?"
Would have loved to see someone mention Chris Neil and have Melnyk explain to the world how he is a clean player.
We realize Melnyk is upset. Karlsson puts people in the seats. He's the soon to be face of the franchise once Alfie retires...
On Saturday Night's Coach's Corner, Don Cherry weighed in on Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson's torn Achilles' tendon at the hand...I mean foot of Pittsburgh penguins forward Matt Cooke, and Cherry actually defended Cooke, suggesting instead that Karlsson was at fault for not taping his skate to his ankle:
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You may have heard that Erik Karlsson's out for the year, a poentially fatal blow to Ottawa's playoff hopes this season. Prior to Karlsson slicing his achilles tendon in half, the team had lost Jason Spezza and Jared Cowen long-term, and Peter Regin...