Eric Staal Says Brother Marc’s Career Isn’t Over

staalbrothersDan Rosen at NHL.com was able to speak to Eric Staal about the status of brother Marc who has been suffering from post concussion syndrome as a result of a hit by his older brother…

“It’s a process — a slow process, but it’s a process,” Eric said. “He will be back. He’s going to play again. His career in hockey isn’t over. It’s going to take some time, but he needs to make sure he’s thinking about himself and his future, making sure he’s fully 100-percent healthy, because if you don’t, those things can linger for a long time. He has, and now it’s about being smart about what you’re doing to get back.

“Right now he’s on the right track, and it’s about staying on that track.”

…i got to be honest I wouldn’t mind if the Rangers just decided to shut him down for the year. Would rather lose him for one season than bringing him back too early and jeopardize his career.. Rangers have been smart about this so far and I have all the confidence in the world that they will continue to be.

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Eric Staal Says Brother Marc’s Career Isn’t Over

staalbrothersDan Rosen at NHL.com was able to speak to Eric Staal about the status of brother Marc who has been suffering from post concussion syndrome as a result of a hit by his older brother…

“It’s a process — a slow process, but it’s a process,” Eric said. “He will be back. He’s going to play again. His career in hockey isn’t over. It’s going to take some time, but he needs to make sure he’s thinking about himself and his future, making sure he’s fully 100-percent healthy, because if you don’t, those things can linger for a long time. He has, and now it’s about being smart about what you’re doing to get back.

“Right now he’s on the right track, and it’s about staying on that track.”

…i got to be honest I wouldn’t mind if the Rangers just decided to shut him down for the year. Would rather lose him for one season than bringing him back too early and jeopardize his career.. Rangers have been smart about this so far and I have all the confidence in the world that they will continue to be.

Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

Kevin

About Kevin

If you have any questions e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

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