Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Fehr Skates

With all that's going on in Washington, it's nice to see a little nugget from Hershey. Indeed, it's perhaps fittingly tucked in a blurb about Bruce Boudreau as a potential replacement for Glen Hanlon, in the event that one is needed.

Nevertheless, there it is:
Eric Fehr, sidelined since last season, has begun skating.
It's not much, but it's something of a pleasant surprise. The article continues:
"He skated well," Boudreau said. "I don't want to put a pressure point on. Whenever he can play he'll play. He's feeling a lot better now than he did three weeks ago. That's a very good sign."
Indeed it is.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled lynch mobbery.

9 comments:

Tyler said...

"In the event that one is needed?"

One is needed. How about "in the event a change is made?" ;-)

NS said...

realistically, who would he play with on the caps??

Tyler said...

Third or fourth line. I mean, Matt Pettinger can't be too thrilled that Fehr is recovering...

Focality said...

Yes, the missing piece. All is happening according to plan.

Rage said...

RABBLE!!! RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE!!!

jmf said...

interesting piece on tsn.ca/nhl about the free falling caps....a bit suprised to see the players still rallying around Hanlon - I guess a good sign? If they still have faith in the system - should we?

at this point, not sure if it matters - kind of suprising that Ted declined to comment - that's a first.

Let's Go Caps!

on ice said...

"regularly scheduled lynch mobbery"

That's a classic. Thanks for a much needed chuckle, JP.

Jan said...

JP, thanks for the Fehr update. (It must be a stretch for you to keep this blog going with the season going bye-bye. Almost nothing but bad news for the most part, day after day. Re-casting horrid stats in other, more devastating and revealing ways. It hurts. Anyway, thanks.)

JP said...

Thanks, Jan. It gets harder every day...