Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 02/16/06 at 08:30 AM ET
It was the kind of cry that can be heard across an ocean, by the ears of a general manager resting in Florida. Ottawa Senators general manager John Muckler is no longer resting comfortably. Exactly nine minutes and 25 seconds into his 2006 Olympic hockey experience, Dominik Hasek, superstar goaltender for the Czech Republic and the Senators, felt a sharp twinge in the back of his legs after making a save on a shot by a German player. He cried out in pain, then called to nearby teammates to ice the puck. "They didn't know what I was saying," Hasek said.read on update 7:29am, via TSN,
Dominik Hasek's Olympic status is up in the air as the Czech goaltender had an MRI Wednesday night. Sources tell TSN that team doctors are looking at a small groin injury, and will know more about the severity of the injury over the next couple of days.
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