Thursday, November 12, 2009

Injury Report -Updated -

Alex Chiasson a freshman and the teams leading goal scorer, was injured in practice on wednesday. This happend when defenseman Eric Gryba hit Chaisson with a shoulder in the chin. Chaisson was down for a good five minutes before he skated off the ice under his own power with only a bloody chin. Jack Parker said after practice that it is unlikely that Chaisson will play in Fridays game Against Merrimack. But then latter Parker added that we will have to see how he feels tomorrow.

David Warsofsky's hip injury forced him to miss practice yesterday. After practice was over he Parker said that he dose expect Warsofsky to play in Merrimack game ether. Parker also noted that he probable should not have play Warsofsky in last Sunday's game against Maine because he "wasn't physically ready to play"

Luck Popko left Tuesday's practice with a sprain in his back. Popko was feeling better on Wednesday and Parker said that he will play on Friday.

Nick Bonino, who Dislocated his shoulder back on October 24, will not play in Fridays game but the is a chance the assistant captain could see action in saturdays game.
“We don’t know yet,” Parker said. “Probably not, but it all depends on what the doc says. The doctor will see him Saturday.”
Goaltender Grant Rollheiser, who has not seen any action this season including the preseason, could be back this weekend. Rollheiser suffered a high-ankle-sprain over the summer while he was at the Toronto Maple Leafs prospect camp.
“If he’s 100 percent physically, then he has to get in game shape. He looks pretty good in practice to me, so the sooner we get him in there, the better off we’ll be. It’ll be good to get him a game and get him back in the lineup, but it’ll also be good to give [sophomore goalie Kieran] Millan a little rest.” 

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