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by Paul on 04/28/14 at 03:46 PM ET
from st.nu (translated),
Detroit's captain made his spectacular comeback in the playoffs, when he played two games against Boston and accounted for a goal and an assist on Saturday when Detroit became the ruling.
This just two months after the herniated disc, which forced him to leave the Olympics after opener against the Czech Republic in order to undergo surgery in New York.
- My back has felt good in the games but I have problems with the nerves in the left foot, then I have no power in it and it gives me problems in the inserts. Now I run rehab and rest part until the foot begins to function properly, says Zata.
So when Zetterberg spoke with coach Pär Mårts on Monday so there was no alternative but to say no to the World Cup games.
- We are unable to play the World Cup this year. We had a good talk and I like to play the World Cup in the future if possible.
Now waiting for rehabilitation and training, first in Detroit, then back home in Sweden.
continue (translated) for more on Team Sweden...
thanks to Puckarinen for the pointer via Twitter...
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