Flyers Captain,…another Lindros Concussion scenario?

Flyers center Keith Primeau is doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Ottawa Senators after missing the pre-game skate at the Corel Centre on Sunday morning.

62 Responses to Flyers Captain,…another Lindros Concussion scenario?

  1. FlyersFanForever says:

    You just proved my point.

  2. FlyersFanForever says:

    I understand what you’re saying ok. It’s really just my opinion which I freely stated, but don’t insult me with the “Listen ‘FlyersFan’… I know it sucks to lose Primeau….” garbage talk. My comment in no way was meant to be offensive to you but if that’s how you feel then f*%k y@u. Have some respect jerkoff.

  3. Hockey_Fan_99 says:

    ok then ur dad

  4. nhand says:

    Can’t we all just get along…until the playoffs : )

    FlyersFanForever, we seemed to have upset CanDude. Shame CanDude can’t admit that was a penalty for interference. VCR/DVR must be on the blink or the Canadian blinders might be getting in the way.

    Oh it’s great to have hockey back!

  5. Resmo112 says:

    Primeau is the player i hate the most in the league, for me. Everyone else that i hate, i can live and not get mad when people mention how great they are. Not primeau, Best trade the wings ever made was getting rid of him and getting shanahan, or maybe ray shephard for larionov, but getting rid of primeau was definately a good move.

  6. lagsetsfire says:

    i think hell be fine but this is something to watch.

    he said, the concussion symptoms he had 2003-2004 didn’t fully go away until half way + through the lock out. and now right back to the symptoms.

    once the post concussion symptoms are gone its a mental thing to try and get over, i think Primeau will

  7. FlyersFanForever says:

    ur sister.

  8. Hockey_Fan_99 says:

    ur dog

  9. FlyersFanForever says:


  10. fanboi says:

    Rick Nash took out Michael Peca with a blow to the head. Eric Boulton wiped out Paul Ranger. Dallas Drake erased Corey Perry. Alexander Perezhogin decked Keith Primeau.

    The hits on Primeau and Desjardins went without a penalty being assessed. Unlike Primeau, however, who has a brutal history of concussions – at least four since February 2004 – Desjardins has not suffered many concussions.

  11. kicksave856 says:

    Didn’t the Flyers score on the play after Kapanen got to the bench so that play could continue? That’s the way I remember it. I remember it being huge that he didn’t turtle up and have the refs blow the play dead for an injured player, because the puck was deep in the zone with the Flyers putting pressure on.

  12. kicksave856 says:

    woah there.

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