storm: Matt Finn Update

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March 12, 2013



Poor Matt first with mono now this with him out 4-6 weeks I'd he's done for the year.Unless you believe in miracles. What a s--t year for him. I'm sure I can speak for all of the Storm fans we wu\ish him the best and look for himnext year.

Tony do you know if he is with a brace, cruthes or what??


I don't think he is done for the year. Considering how bad the hit was 4 to 6 weeks is pretty good.

I just have a feeling he may miss a few games to start playoffs but will be back. He seems like a pretty tough kid who has gone through a lot this year.


Db you do realize its march 12. 6 weeks would be a day before the ohl western championship or the ohl semi finals. If a miracle happens and he is back and the storm are playing, I can't imagine coaches are going to be anxious to put him in an risk a career ending injury.
Sorry wish it was different but he is done for this season.


He wasn't at the rink today, so don't know. I imagine he is on crutches.


This guy is on the shelf more than he's on the ice.


Any video of the hit on Fabbri from Sunday?


why no susps.

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