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  • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

    Fantastic article by Jim Connelly on the front...hit every nail on the head.

    So Alber got injured during their pregame soccer routine and might be out for the year? Ouch. That's gonna hurt.

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    • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

      Congratulations Jerry York. Class act.
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      • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

        Congrats to Coach York. A classy human, a good coach, and a man deserving of being called the best in the game.
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        • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

          Hat's off to Jerry York. Quite the accomplishment, but to do it in the low-key way he has is just incredible.
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          • Originally posted by J.D. View Post
            Fantastic article by Jim Connelly on the front...hit every nail on the head.

            So Alber got injured during their pregame soccer routine and might be out for the year? Ouch. That's gonna hurt.
            Guess no more soccer for the Eagles
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            • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

              Originally posted by J.D. View Post
              Fantastic article by Jim Connelly on the front...hit every nail on the head.
              It really was and it sure did

              Originally posted by J.D. View Post
              So Alber got injured during their pregame soccer routine and might be out for the year? Ouch. That's gonna hurt.
              UGH! if true, too bad for him but what a nice player he developed into . His story will always be one of my favorites
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              • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                from Dukehealth

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                Quick Recovery Time

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                Physical therapy is often necessary in the recovery process. As with any surgery, there are risks, including the risk of infection or blood clots. Additionally, there are risks associated with anesthesia used during the surgical procedure.

                While meniscal tears are very common, painful, and activity-limiting, these injuries can be quickly, easily, and successfully identified and treated.

                let's hope for the best of course but a tough break for sure
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                • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                  Hockey isn't a "normal activity"...
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                  • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                    Originally posted by TonyTheTiger20 View Post
                    Hockey isn't a "normal activity"...
                    ... It is for a hockey player.

                    That's a bummer for Patch and the team. Hope he has a speedy recovery.
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                    • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                      Congratulations to Coach York and the Eagles team and fans,you have a great team,wishing you a happy healthy New Year!!!

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                      • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                        Man, that is a shame about Alber. There wasn't much experience on D here to begin with, so it's a doubly tough blow for them to lose him. Guess the frosh D are really going to have grow up fast now.
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                        • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                          Originally posted by J.D. View Post
                          Fantastic article by Jim Connelly on the front...hit every nail on the head.
                          "“Jerry is one of the coaches that if he raises a question, there’s probably some merit to it,” says Frank Cole, a longtime Hockey East official who now is the NCAA’s coordinator of officiating. “He’s not a chronic complainer. He keeps his players composed and focused on the job at hand.”

                          Bertagna agrees."



                          no need to take a shot at angry jack like that!
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                          • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                            BC bench didn't like that one and I would agree. Whistle should have been blown and even then you could never see the puck.

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                            • Re: Boston College '12-'13: Gaudreaubey Baker

                              The announcers said that Alber was out with a Hamstring injury suffered pre-game. How can a hammy be confused with a meniscus tear?

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                              • Originally posted by J.D. View Post
                                BC bench didn't like that one and I would agree. Whistle should have been blown and even then you could never see the puck.
                                That was embarrassing. Set the tone for the whole game. Hard to say much with garbage like that going on, especially being on the road without several key guys.

                                Whatever, BC will get the last laugh if we meet again in the tourney.

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