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Murphy's Law at the indoor stadium

Perhaps it is better that the ZSC Lions have missed the playoffs. Not only, because man by nature is sluggish and only moves when the pressure is too great. But also because one must ask: Which team would you can in a quarter-final against SC Bern at all on the ice?

of Course, the ZSC Lions harvested skepticism, as you can injured on Monday in a record-breaking long list with 16 names published. In view of the chore task placement round, some players had become well conscious of how hard you hurt, sneering some. But at least half would not have played in the Playoff. For example, Simon Bodenmann and Denis Hollenstein, who were in the last few weeks of desperate struggle for a Playoff place is still the Best, although they needed last syringe for every application because of their leg bruises analgesic.

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injection mold at some point no longer be responsible for the, says team doctor Gery Büsser. "You can't inject endless." Because you had to increase the dose in order for it to be effective. And the inflammation would swell by the loads. Büsser would have been like his legendary Playoff Beard. However, it should not be. The frequency and Severity of injuries in the case of the ZSC Lions this Winter, he shakes his head. And he has experienced in his over 20 years in the case of the people of Zurich.

The ZSC-Bulletin of the terror consisted of the following injuries: muscle strain hamstring, knee injury/the inside band, finger injury, neck muscle partial tear, adductor muscles and ligament strain knee, ankle fracture, back/buttocks contusion, lumbar spine injury (three times), suspicion on brain concussion, muscular injury (twice), ankle contusion, neck injury, brain concussion, muscle fiber tear.

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Significantly, the scene last Saturday was for a penitent, in the home game against Davos, as Chris Baltisberger got a Puck to the Hand, while he covered the floor sewed on. "Others have a blue nail, and he pulls the finger." Büsser at the seams, for its filigree work on the ring finger Baltisbergers he needed 40 minutes. Thus, the wound bursts open again, no longer allowed to drive his pulse front in the height. Early The End Of The Season. Like seven of his colleagues.

"everything really went wrong, what could go wrong", says team doctor Büsser. You could also say it this way: In the hall stadium, Murphy prevailed’s Law. What not to say, however, that you can't cope, despite all the odds, against the fate. The best example of Servette, the leader of the hurt rankings this Winter with a big margin, but in the Playoff managed, and as Bern delivers a duel at eye level. (Tages-Anzeiger.ch/Newsnet)

Created: 21.03.2019, 14:57 PM

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