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On the ice: Expect the same lineup in Game 5 that we saw in Game 4. Sam Weinman reports that Jason Strudwick is likely to play in place of Christian Backman again.

Off the ice: Sean Avery is still in the hospital, but was moved out of the ICU this morning.  That’s good news for Avery.  Get well soon!

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Maybe Avery did go into cardiac arrest? I’m not quite sure how to interpret John Dellapina’s most recent blog post (scroll down to the last 3 paragraphs for the part I’m talking about). Here is the quote:

“Finally, for all those from other media outlets and newspapers who have sarcastically dismissed our initial web story about Sean Avery’s hospitalization since the Rangers refuted it Wednesday afternoon, I wonder:

Was your initial reaction that the story couldn’t have been correct or did you simply race up to the MSG Training Center to get player reaction? And, did you call the hospital and/or Avery’s representatives to get the real story or did your “reporting” simply consist of taking the team’s word for what happened?

Fortunately, the intrepid men an women of the press who have exposed baseball’s steroid problems didn’t similarly regurgitate what they were told by people who understandably want their businesses viewed as beyond reproach.”

You can read that in 2 ways. Either he is saying the initial Daily News report was correct, that Avery did go into cardiac arrest, and the Rangers are covering up the truth of Avery’s condition… or, Mr. Dellapina is chastising his colleagues at other papers for so quickly dismissing the Daily News reporting, without doing any investigative reporting of their own, simply because the Rangers’ PR machine said so.

I think it is the latter, but I guess we will have to wait for the whole truth to come out.  At the very least, Dellapina makes a good point.  We should always question what we read and what we hear.

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Sean Avery was rushed to St. Vincent’s Medical Center after the team’s game 3 loss and was diagnosed with a lacerated spleen. Avery’s spleen was not removed and he isn’t expected to need surgery, but he will most likely remain hospitalized for the next few days.

Avery will be out for the rest of this season, but is expected to make a full recovery.

You can read the SI article here.  ESPN article here.

Update, 3:00 PM: Initial reports from the Daily News that said Avery had gone into cardiac arrest and was unconscious are being denied by the Rangers, who say he “walked into the hospital” and was never in a life-threatening situation.

Personally, I want to add that we here at 5-hole.com wish Sean all the best in his recovery and we hope to see him in Broadway blue next year.

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