Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Davis Drewiske Out

Montreal Defenceman Davis Drewiske has undergone shoulder surgery. The injury originally occurred during training camp this season. His initial window of rehabilitation was around a month's time.

After surgery his expected recovery time is 5-6 months.

He has yet to play a game this season but his loss drains the Habs pool of NHL experienced defencemen. With Douglas Murray yet to play and Alexei Emelin still sidelined this means that Tinordi and Beaulieu will continue to be with the team for some time.

The Canadiens have done well in their absence but will need for the young duo to continue playing at an NHL level in order to maintain their recent success.

Drewiske Out: TSN

Drewiskie Blesse: RDS

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Welll, Habs blow a 3-0 lead and lose at home to Columbus, if we dont trade Pleks and Desharnais for Something better for our second line, No Playoffs..Hey Timmins, Boone Jenner with TWO goals , a second round pick and a 6ft2 center with talent, Another one you missed.

Habs won 5-3. Pleks had the gwg and insurance marker.
You should wait for the game to end before posting your spam.

Good Riddance. he was just a depth defenseman anyway

Agreed, Leo. He's solid but replaceable. We haven't missed him yet this year. If this news was about Emelin, it would be a different story.

Could just mean finding a new depth guy mid season if injuries occur... Nothing to worry about

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