Trends are ok in fashion (unless it involves Crocs, those are never ok), but when it comes to broken feet, groin strains, and "lower body injuries" it makes fantasy life a little harder than it should be. As an athletic trainer you learn to see a lot of injury trends in different sports. In baseball you see shoulder and elbow injuries, and in football it's mostly the ankle and knee. In hockey, you get a whole slew of injuries; you learn to expect the unexpected. However, this shortened season is proving that theory slightly wrong.
After just seven games back on the ice, Ryan Kesler
of Vancouver will be sitting out indefinitely due to a broken foot. Kesler reportedly played in multiple games with this injury, and recorded an assist in one of them. The terrible irony in this situation is that Kesler took his time to return from his offseason shoulder surgery to make sure that nothing went wrong and that he could play at 100 percent. This time around, to make up for the You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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