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Forsberg On Injury- “Nothing Major”

from the Tennessean,

The big question remains when Forsberg, acquired by the Predators in a monster deal just before the NHL trade deadline, will return to action. He said he’s doubtful for tonight but didn’t seem to think it would be too long before he’d be ready to play.
“I don’t think it’s severe,’’ Forsberg said. “(The Predators) don’t think it’s severe. I don’t think I’ll be gone that long.’‘
Forsberg chuckled at the air of mystery surrounding the injury, then added to it a bit by saying he didn’t want to talk about how or when it occurred.
“It’s not really a mystery – upper body is just what everyone says now,’’ Forsberg said. “But as you can see, I can walk around. It’s hard to talk about … but it’s nothing major.’‘

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Forsberg Hurting

from the Tennessean,

It was pretty obvious to anyone who saw the Predators beat Los Angeles on Saturday that Legwand suffered his injury while blocking a Kings shot.
But Forsberg? He seemed fine in the locker room after Saturday’s contest, patiently answering questions after a three-assist performance.
Things apparently deteriorated after that.
“It felt sore during the game,’’ Predators Coach Barry Trotz said of the upper-body part in question. “(Saturday) night he had more of an indication that he was getting sore and when he woke up this morning, it was real sore.’‘
Trotz said the Predators planned to have Forsberg seek further medical attention.

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Expect A Battle Today

from the OC Register,

Uh-oh.
There must still be bad blood between the Nashville Predators and Ducks, who would be the top two seeds in the Western Conference if the Stanley Cup playoffs began today.
No, not because Nashville coach Barry Trotz accused the Ducks of taking “cheap shots” in the closing minutes of the Predators’ 3-0 victory on Feb. 3 in Nashville and promised his players would have “long memories.”

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