Broken femur and shattered knee cap. NHL dreams put in question. A year of intense rehab with no guarantee you'll ever be as good a hockey player when it's complete.
And Chris DiDomenico says this:
"It was just a little setback. It's a part of the game. I can't look back and say if I would have done this, or if I wouldn't have chased the puck this wouldn't have happened. I have to overcome stuff like that. It's just a bump in the road."
Get this kid a stall at the ACC as soon as possible. He's already skating and doing 2 hours a day of rehab and has put back on 25 lbs since the surgery. He busted his femur in May. Incredible.
Monster Update: Gustavsson has recovered from the groin thingy and is taking part in full practices. There's rumblings he could get the Saturday start, but probably they will play it safe and put him in against the Ducks Monday.
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