Claude Giroux Returns to the Lineup Tonight

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Maybe keep him away for the graphite shafts, eh?

My favorite take on the golf injury comes from this Pro Hockey Talk commenter:

If the shaft shattered, it was graphite. He was either playing a wood or an iron. If he was playing a wood and hit behind the ball, he’s a terrible golfer. If he was playing an iron and managed to shatter the shaft by hitting behind the ball, he’s a terrible golfer and he’s a nancy-boy for playing graphite-shafted irons.

In case you’re wondering: I’m the former in that scenario.


4 Responses

  1. If G’s a bad golfer, that’s good, because it means he’s focused on playing hockey and being awesome at it.

  2. please. he hit a bad drive and spiked the club into the ground shattering it. No one making more than 30,000 a year uses a carbon iron. Even with that, its hard to imagine a piece went through the grip, unless he spiked it and the stuff piercing him bounced off the ground.

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