The Sabres Observer
by @DaveDavisHockey on 06/03/11 at 11:41 AM ET
Sabres forward Jason Pominville appeared on Canada’s RDS television last night and declared that his recovery from a severely cut tendon in his leg is on schedule.
Pominville sat down with a panel that included former NHL coaches and players Mario Tremblay, Michel Bergeron and Denis Gauthier.
You can check out the interview here, although you won’t get too much out of it unless you understand French.
Read on for a rundown of what Pominville revealed to the panel…
• Doctors have told him that his return to the ice is three months away. This is in line with the original 4-6 month prognosis following the injury suffered during Game 5 vs. the Flyers.
• Pominville admitted that he came back too soon from his concussion following a hit from Chicago’s Niklas Hjalmarsson in Buffalo’s third game of the 2010-11 season. He confirmed that he failed the neuro-psych baseline test 2-3 times, and said he knew in his first game back after finally being cleared to play that he still didn’t feel 100% in his head.
• He doesn’t expect to be offered the Sabres captaincy but will not turn it down if asked.
• On a personal note, Pominville and his wife are expecting their second child in July.
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