Erik Gudbranson | #44 | D in Alumni Posted March 15, 2018 · Edited March 15, 2018 by Mr.DirtyDangles 5 hours ago, Rob_Zepp said: That length of time sounds like labrum (or other side) surgery which will be a few months of imobility followed by increasing stretching etc. He can cardio away etc and nowadays the fixed shoulder is often as strong or stronger than prior dependent on nature of cumulative damage. yeah nope : ) Once you tear or rip tendons the scar tissue makes it stronger but some range of motion is lost. IF you damage the surrounding cartilage/soft tissue especially if it is a re injury in the same area getting back to 100% is extremely rare. Still some guys are tough as nails and can play through alot of issues.