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[Speculation] LTIR? Kevin Bieksa Spotted with a Walking Boot


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http://thecanuckway.com/2014/02/12/injured-canucks-defenceman-kevin-bieksa-spotted-walking-boot/

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Injured Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa was spotted with a walking boot at YVR on Wednesday, suggesting he has some kind of foot injury.

Bieksa missed the five games prior to the Olympic break with what has been described as a “sore foot.” He had apparently been dealing with the injury since early January.

A walking boot would suggest Bieksa has a broken foot of some sort, which will probably keep him out of the Canucks lineup for at least a few weeks.

Jordan Schroeder suffered a fracture in his left ankle in the preseason and missed three weeks, nine games. He refractured it when he returned on October 19, 2013 against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Don't know how these guys managed to somehow spot Juice at the airport with a walking boot during Olympic break but w/e. Anyways, this can mean a simple reprecaution or a serious injury; it's all speculation at this point I guess but hope he comes back sooner rather than later...defense and team in general has been crumbling as of late and anyone going down hurts the team at this point.

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Don't know how these guys managed to somehow spot Juice at the airport with a walking boot during Olympic break but w/e. Anyways, this can mean a simple reprecaution or a serious injury; it's all speciation at this point I guess but hope he comes back sooner rather than later...defense and team in general has been crumbling as of late and anyone going down hurts the team at this point.

Don't think it's a re-precausion.

And hey, if the coach says block shots at all costs, then the shots must be blocked.

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Or it's possible that the first precaution did work, but they wanted to re-precaution just to make sure.

This sounds like a Gillis ahead-of-the-curve management technique.

A "reprecaution" coach!

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As long as the players staying behind don't all pull a Shane O'Brien and gain 8 pounds!

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