by Lisa McRitchie on 09/12/11 at 12:58 AM ET
That’s right folks, Oscar Klefbom who was just reported to be out with an infection following a leg laceration is out with what could be a concussion. This news was brought to light by Lowetide over at Oilers Nation. According to the news source, the Värmland Gate:
Färjestads Oscar Klefbom were injured during the team’s workout this morning. According to New Wermlands-magazine online edition, he was tackled, dropped his helmet and hit his head on the ice.
FBK’s physiotherapist Mattias Hell says the NWT that it may take up to two days before we can determine if he sustained a concussion. According to Matthias Hell will Klefbom receiving shaft cover on the chin at the rigging and then lost his helmet before he hit the ice.
An update from Martin Lundén “Also on the (latest) Klefbom injury: “he was quite clear and it does not seem like he got a concussion”. So no need to panic, yet..”
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