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February 24, 2014



Starting to get a little concerned that we may not see Tyler back this year. Obviously his health is the number one thing here. But it must be frustrating for everyone involved when you can't get a timeline or some sort of rehabilitation schedule in place.


Your photo only shows when he feet are already off the ice. If you watch the replay it will show there was some knee contact.


Clean hit, people need to stop looking for a second shooter on every hit these days.


Re Tyler, I would think Detroit must be getting concerned. Maybe they will drop him? This is his 2nd year with the same injury.


Hey Tony, I read back in October that Alex Tuch is in his last year of commitment at Boston College. Have you heard if there is a good chance he could come to Guelph next year or did he sign another year at Boston C. It would be great to have two forwards of their stature and potential (him and Kirwan) come to the Storm next season to fill some of the holes left from players moving on. Thx.


Detroit has another year to decide whether or not to sign Tyler.
I think everyone is concerned. If he can come back and stay healthy next season, there's no reason to believe they wouldn't sign him.


He better stop those stupid fights against bigger opponents.


Hey Tony, I read back in October that Alex Tuch is in his last year of commitment at Boston College.
That would make to old to play junior hockey .


The trouble with Bertuzzi fighting all the time is very simple. They have nobody else that will. They had a guy in the preseason, but let him go. That is and was their big mistake.

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