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gcom007, I second that emotion.

and for further review:

From Twitter:

Zing! RT @DownGoesBrown: Blackhawk doctors are trying to determine how Marian Hossa tore his rotator cuff. Already ruled out: trophy lifting

Edited by e_prime

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Oh Drake! Those figures are nice, but wrong. According the Beatles, "ALL You Need Is Love." INXS gives you "WHAT You Need." And we thought you ran this place professionally! Now wonder the world is in such disarray and in a severe depression! :P

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They can have Hossa and Kopecky, wish there was somehow we could throw a 1st and a 3rd at Chicago to get Patrick Sharp! (ya ya I know, cap issues, but I'd rather trade someone away to make room for Sharp than Hudler or Hossa.)

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Red Wings GM Ken Holland says Marian Hossa injury didn't occur during playoffs

by Ansar Khan

Wednesday July 22, 2009, 4:12 PM

Wings general manager Ken Holland said Marian Hossa did not injure his shoulder during the playoffs as indicated in a story in the Chicago Daily Herald. Holland said Hossa had a slightly torn rotator cuff when the Wings signed him on July 2, 2008, but it wasn't anything significant.

"He was hurt before he got to us,'' Holland said. "Our doctors looked at him and we had conversations about whether to have surgery. Our doctors recommended he should have something done at some point but it's something he can play with.''

According to the Daily Herald, Hossa is contemplating surgery, which could idle him for the start of the season.

Hossa signed a 12-year, $62.8 million contract with the Blackhawks on July 1.

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