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08:21 AM ET 11.21 | For his part, Claude Giroux maintains he is "fine." [Giroux] is returning to the United States to be examined by the same doctor who treated Sidney Crosby's concussion, the Daily News has learned. Giroux, 24, suffered a neck injury with an illegal check to the head last Friday night during an overtime loss for Eisbaren Berlin in the German Elite League. His agent, CAA Sports' Pat Brisson, told the Daily News on Tuesday that Giroux will be traveling to Atlanta to visit controversial specialist Dr. Frederick "Ted" Carrick. ... Brisson said Giroux is visiting Carrick as a "precaution" and "we don't believe it's serious." To this point, the word "concussion" has not been used with Giroux.

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November 21, 2012  08:48 AM ET

Beware ze Germans...

November 21, 2012  10:13 AM ET

Taking an illegal check to the head playing in the German league.............real smart call Claude. Hopefully your agent has the brains to not have bought a two way ticket when you fly back.

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November 21, 2012  10:19 AM ET

So does this make Claude a "headcase?"

November 21, 2012  10:29 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Ich bin ein SCAB

Fixed, and serves him right

November 21, 2012  10:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Fixed, and serves him right

So, when the NHL is back in business you will feel the same way if Grabovski, Gunnarsson, Holzer or Kulemin get hurt?

November 21, 2012  11:25 AM ET

Maybe he should have stuck with bowling.

November 21, 2012  11:25 AM ET

so he went to the same guy that treated crosby? If I recall correctly, didn't they screw that up initially?

November 21, 2012  11:30 AM ET
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so he went to the same guy that treated crosby? If I recall correctly, didn't they screw that up initially?

He learned from his mistakes.

November 21, 2012  11:30 AM ET
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I was unaware that there is such a thing as a legal check to the head.Learn something new everyday.

There is but only if you play for the Penguins.

November 21, 2012  11:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Maybe he should have stuck with bowling.

No NBA comments please Otis.

November 21, 2012  11:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Maybe he should have stuck with bowling.

LOL - lawn. 5 pin , or 10 ?

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November 21, 2012  01:09 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

I was unaware that there is such a thing as a legal check to the head.Learn something new everyday.

That's German Hockey League for you.

November 21, 2012  01:10 PM ET
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so he went to the same guy that treated crosby? If I recall correctly, didn't they screw that up initially?

Yep. They'll diagnose him with a tail bone bruise.

November 21, 2012  01:36 PM ET
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No love for the candlepin bowlers Harry?

Ha Ha- as long as they do not call any kind of Bowling a "sport" i am all good.

November 21, 2012  01:45 PM ET
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Ha Ha- as long as they do not call any kind of Bowling a "sport" i am all good.

Bowling is as much a sport as golf.

November 21, 2012  02:04 PM ET
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Bowling is as much a sport as golf.

I don't know about bowling, but checkers on the other hand.....................

 
November 21, 2012  02:14 PM ET
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Bowling is as much a sport as golf.

reinforces my point !

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