Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Wonders of modern medicine: Grossmann, Meszaros, Read all pronounced day-to-day

In an update from Flyers GM Paul Holmgren this afternoon, absolutely no light was shed upon the condition of defenseman Nicklas Grossmann. The organization is officially staying on point, though, saying he is day-to-day with a lower-body injury of unspecific origin.

No further light was shed on Howard Eskin's report last night of a groin issue and an inevitable MRI, nor Tim Panaccio's report of a hip flexor, or Sam Carchidi's note that the blueliner would see a doctor today for evaluation.

Andrej Meszaros, who has been out since January 25 with a left-shoulder issue, was also pronounced day-to-day with an upper-body injury -- the true nature of which everyone on the planet who follows the club knows about already.

A minor medical miracle finds forward Matt Read, originally pronounced out for at least six weeks with torn rib cage muscles, has been significantly upgraded -- now day-to-day. He'd been out since February 20 at Pittsburgh.

No word on whether Read has had any contact with Charlie Sheen for injections of tiger blood.

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