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Hasek Staying Healthy

from John Niyo of the Detroit News,
Hasek admits in the past he'd show up about 30 minutes before practice, drink some coffee and hang out with teammates. Now, he gets in about 75 minutes before practice and puts heat pads on his groin for 15 minutes. Then he gets a massage. Then he goes back to the hot packs. Then he stretches. It's tedious, but it's necessary if Hasek really is going to last the season. "He knows his body better than anyone," Wings trainer Piet Van Zant said. "But we did try to get him into a routine where if something were to happen, it wouldn't be because we weren't prepared. Dom's been great. His body is as flexible as anybody I've ever seen. The first thing I noticed when he came in was that he looked much leaner. He reminded me more of the 2002 goalie than the 2004 goalie."

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