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Gill out 2-4 weeks with shoulder injury

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1Gill out 2-4 weeks with shoulder injury Empty Gill out 2-4 weeks with shoulder injury Tue Dec 09, 2008 9:42 pm

Riprock

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http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=259044&lid=sublink03&lpos=headlines_nhl

Yet another defenceman down and out for the Penguins

asq2

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Yeah, I was just thinking to myself, "who's left?" scratch

Goligoski and Letang have impressed me, though.

Mojo

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Wasn't this from a Winchester hit? If so, pretty awesome for such a fairly small guy to take down such an ogre.

Riprock

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Like Vermette dislocating Pronger's shoulder?

SensGirl11

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mojo1016 wrote:Wasn't this from a Winchester hit? If so, pretty awesome for such a fairly small guy to take down such an ogre.

Winchester is definitely a HEAVY hitter. Who would've thunk?

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SensGirl11 wrote:
mojo1016 wrote:Wasn't this from a Winchester hit? If so, pretty awesome for such a fairly small guy to take down such an ogre.

Winchester is definitely a HEAVY hitter. Who would've thunk?

If we could just get him to come out of his shell offensively, we'd be laughing. He's also going to be ridiculous on the PK in the future.

wprager

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mojo1016 wrote:Wasn't this from a Winchester hit? If so, pretty awesome for such a fairly small guy to take down such an ogre.

The bigger they come ...

wprager

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SensGirl11 wrote:
mojo1016 wrote:Wasn't this from a Winchester hit? If so, pretty awesome for such a fairly small guy to take down such an ogre.

Winchester is definitely a HEAVY hitter. Who would've thunk?

Physics 101: Force of impact is directly proportional to mass and the square of velocity. 70 kg (154 lbs) traveling at 15 m/s (roughly 34 mph) delivers more of an impact than 100 kg (220 lbs) traveling at 12 m/s (roughly 27 mph).

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