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by Alanah McGinley on 12/19/08 at 05:55 PM ET
This from TSN:
The Minnesota Wild placed right wing Owen Nolan on injured reserve with a leg injury on Friday. Nolan, 36, has five goals and five assists in 17 games with the Wild this season, his first with the club.
To take his spot on the roster, Minnesota recalled center Krys Kolanos from Houston of the American Hockey League.
Wasn’t Kolanos sent down before to make room for Gaborik to come back? Or is there someone else injured in this equation now that I’m forgetting?
Maybe just Gaborik again. According to Michael Russo at the Star Tribune:
Some potential news brewing here in Minnesota, and the first is, to quote the Seinfeld show, “not gonna be good for anybody.”
Marian Gaborik was the first one off the ice today. He ultimately admitted he feels “some discomfort” and added later after some further pressing by myself that ”If I would need to rest it, I’d definitely consider it. But I’m playing tonight and hopefully everything’s going to be good.”
As Russo goes on to explain, the situation is anything but “good.”
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