New Jersey Devils President and General Manager, Lou Lamoriello, has announced that the Devils have placed defenseman Henrik Tallinder on injured reserve and recalled left winger Harri Pesonen from Albany.
Tallinder sustained his lower body injury a few games back and has not played since as a result. He was placed on IR retroactive to his last game played, which was March 5th...
Henrik Tallinder remembers the phone call in January from the New Jersey Devils' medical staff.
He had been in excruciating pain, his left leg swollen. He was told he had acute thrombophlebitis. In plain English: a blood clot that would sideline him about two months.
Now it's June, and Tallinder just last week was cleared to play again. The problem is the Stanley Cup playoffs...
Via AP on Fox
June 02, 2012
Though the New Jersey Devils don't play today and haven't for the last few days, there have been some interesting news pieces floating around. Today, I'll touch on them.
- Martin Brodeur told TSN what we all expected yesterday: that he is leaning towards playing another season regardless of what happens in this series. Brodeur has shown throughout the season and playoffs...
New Jersey Devils defenseman Henrik Tallinder's season may be in jeopardy because of his slow recovery from a blood clot.Tallinder has been sidelined since Jan. 19 when tests revealed he was suffering from a blood clot in his left leg. The club originally thought that the defenseman would miss six-to-eight weeks."It's going to be longer than that," Tallinder said...
With veteran defenseman Henrik Tallinder out 6-8 weeks with thrombophlebitis in his lower left leg, the Devils recalled backliner Peter Herrold from Albany on Monday.
Herrold was signed Aug. 12, but was sent to Albany from training camp. The 28-year-old has played 164 NHL games, all with the Kings.
New Jersey Devils defenseman Henrik Tallinder is dealing with a blood clot in his left leg, general manager Lou Lamoriello said on Thursday.
“Henrik Tallinder has been diagnosed with acute thrombophlebitis of the lower left leg and will be out six to eight weeks," Lamoriello said in a statement.
Tallinder, 33, has collected six assists and 16 penalty minutes this season.
Newark, NJ – Devils’ President/CEO/General Manager Lou Lamoriello tonight released the following statement in regard to defenseman Henrik Tallinder:
“Henrik Tallinder has been diagnosed with acute thrombophlebitis of the lower left leg and will be out six to eight weeks.”
Tallinder out for 6-8 weeks with acute thrombophlebitis of the lower left leg
After a six-game absence, Henrik Tallinder is expected to return for Saturday's home meeting with Pittsburgh. The New Year's Eve puck drop is set for 3 p.m., and the final buzzer will be followed by fireworks outside the Rock.
Defenseman Henrik Tallinder could be back in the lineup as early as Saturday, when the Devils host Pittsburgh at 3 p.m.
Tallinder has missed six games with back spasms. He took pa...