Men’s Hockey: Timetable for Morris return uncertain

Men’s Hockey: Timetable for Morris return uncertain

افضل مؤشرات الفوركس Men’s hockey coach Greg Cronin said Monday he has no answers regarding senior forward Mike Morris’ status with this year’s team.

enter The star forward, who compiled 39 points last year while forming one of the best first-line duos in the Hockey East conference alongside former captain Jason Guerriero, has not skated since a June car accident near the Northeastern campus.

الاسهم المتداوله اليوم “I wish I had an answer for you,” Cronin said. “I wish I did, but I don’t know. I do know that we’re going to have to be sensitive to him and his family. He’s a first-round draft pick [San Jose Sharks, 27th overall, 2002], I don’t want to say the wrong thing. It’s more of a medical question than it is a coaching question.”

source link Morris, when contacted yesterday, said he could not provide an answer either.

get link “Nothing’s really definite right now,” he said. “There’s no set date. It’s too early to tell.”

source Cronin said Morris was in a car accident in June when the vehicle he and his friend were in was sideswiped off of Huntington Avenue. Morris bounced his head on the car and sustained a gash in his head. Morris suffered a concussion against Maine last November which forced him to sit out three weeks. Following the car accident, Cronin said the Braintree native’s head injury was “exacerbated.” “The head trauma that he sustained in the season is what created such a fuzziness or cloudiness to his visibility going forward,” Cronin said. Morris said his sole intention is to start skating the minute he’s ready.

go site “I can’t say I will be back, but obviously I want to,” he said. “I want to start skating as soon as I can. I need to focus on getting healthy.”

follow site Cronin said concussion injuries make it difficult to create timetables.

click “The nature of concussions is so fuzzy there’s no definitive timeline since there is no visable injury,” the coach said. “Unlike if you have a broken arm or a knee and there’s a fairly predictable recovery period.” Cronin seems prepared to move on without Morris.

source link “Somebody has to fill Mike’s skates,” Cronin said. “Maybe two people if a duo creates chemistry on a line. Hopefully, you minimize the loss. That’s the way you’ve got to go about it. It’s over. It’s done.”