Woeful Flyers

Surgery awaits pair of Flyers

A clinical examination of Flyers winger Geoff Sanderson yesterday at Hahnemann University Hospital showed what his MRI exam did not – a torn muscle in his abdomen.
Sanderson and center Mike Richards will have abdominal surgery this morning and miss three to six weeks, Flyers trainer Jim McCrossin said.

Two Much

This season’s first Ovechkin-Crosby meeting generated lots of buzz, but Scott Burnside writes the super-sophomores story will soon take a back seat to their teams’ playoff hopes.

Kessel leaves Bruins, but not for ‘nefarious activities’

Bruins rookie Phil Kessel left the team’s lineup indefinitely Monday for a medical condition “not related to hockey,” his family said in a statement released by the team.
But a source familiar with the situation told ESPN.com on Monday that the forward’s condition does not involve drugs or alcohol and more information about Kessel’s condition will likely be available by the end of the week.
“It has nothing to do with any nefarious activities,” the source said.

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5 Responses to Woeful Flyers

  1. todd says:

    Kuklas corner is reporting that kessel has testicular cancer. isn’t he only like 19. what a shame

  2. Lump. P. Ball says:

    you should all check regularly. testicular cancer hits most men between 18 and 24.

  3. Lump. P. Ball says:

    you should all check regularly. testicular cancer hits most men between 18 and 24.

  4. Lump. P. Ball says:

    you should all check regularly. testicular cancer hits most men between 18 and 24.

  5. Lump. P. Ball says:

    you should all check regularly. testicular cancer hits most men between 18 and 24.

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