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Pronger Injury = Gamemanship?


Does anyone else see the mystery with Pronger's injury as a early attempt at gamesmanship?  Between the interview today with Pronger stating he has skated every day he is injured and playing with the media and Breire telling a Buffalo radio station that Pronger is out for the series, I'm starting to think he will be fine for Game 1 and they are just trying to draw the media attention and the Sabres attention away from the Flyers playing poorly at the end of the season. 

Personally I like it if it is indeed gamesmanship due to the fact that it shows me Pronger and the team are pulling out every trick in the book to win it all.  I just hope I'm right and it's not a case of his hand not healing correctly. 

Briere story

http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/frequentflyers/

Pronger's interview
http://www.csnphilly.com/pages/video?PID=PdIg8ATN8l29q2dE1GzT4MVwrRkdJgn0

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