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Clarke Worried About Primeau

from the Phildadelphia Inquirer (Tuesday edition) via the Mercury News,
Primeau has not played since Oct. 28 because of a concussion. Monday morning, while he worked out on a stationary bike at the Skate Zone in Voorhees, general manager Bob Clarke, whose office is next door, sat and wondered: When will his team captain get back on the ice? "Yeah, I'm worried," Clarke admitted. "It's the strangest injury. Like I said to him, `You do an MRI and does it show anything? No.' Other players, like (Boyd) Devereaux, were told to retire. He came back and played and hasn't had a concussion since. "Other guys get concussions and have all sorts of problems. There are no answers. Not for Keith. Not for us."
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