Max Pacioretty's agent with some initially encouraging news

Posted By: Abe Hefter · 3/9/2011 8:54:00 AM
Alec Schall, the Philadelphia-based agent for Max Pacioretty, spoke to Max's parents last night after Pacioretty left last night's game on a stretcher.
 
Pacioretty was laid out by Zdeno Chara in the final seconds of the second period. 
 
Here's CJAD's Abe Hefter in an exclusive interview with Alec Schall this morning on the Andrew Carter Morning Show.
 

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  1. sharen posted on 03/09/2011 09:47 AM
    Get well Max Pacioretty!! My thoughts and prayers are with you your family and the team.....GO HABS GO!!
  2. habsfan posted on 03/09/2011 11:44 AM
    which is a very good news. hoping for speedy recovery for Max. keep up your spirits Max and Karma will play his roll very soon. you can pull this very quick like your game. Go Max Go!! i felt so sick after watching last nights incident and still getting goose bumbs. Go Habs Go!!
  3. habsforlife1814 posted on 03/09/2011 11:44 AM
    Hope he is okay----i can't believe the NHL is not paying more attention to this nonsense!!! Chara needs to be held accountable for his actions!
  4. jay posted on 03/09/2011 12:47 PM
    are you kidding me? its hockey. Chara didnt purposely try to injure him, he was just in a bad location, bad timing.
  5. Manny josefsson posted on 03/09/2011 01:42 PM
    The puck was no where's near max. Cara intentionally took him out and should be suspended but he will not be becuase Collin cambells kid plays for Boston.therefore the bruins have a free pass to going around the league play like a bunch of goons that have no skills
  6. Robert Renaud posted on 03/09/2011 02:04 PM
    First of all I hope with all my heart that Max will be alright. But, we all know that this could be the end of his carreer ! Will the NHL finally do something? I certainly hope so. There are too many major injuries, Marc Savard"s carreer is possibly finished even Sidney Crosby may also be finished and many others also. As for Chara, he is a bully. Because of his size he gets away with many infractions on the ice. I watched the replay several times and I listened to his answer after the game. He had gained position on Max but his extra push that he gave Max to finally push Max into the glass support was totally vicious and unacceptable. I think players should be suspended as long as the other player is not able to play and if Max can not play anynore, well neither should Chara !
  7. Bonzaye posted on 03/09/2011 02:28 PM
    If the NHL wants to be serius about the head in jurys, they must set as exemple the tragic hit of Chara (remember Ulf Samuelson) to Max head and if you watched the game and the replay that RDS shown over and over you see Chara give the extra hit so Max gets in the turnbuckle and from my point of view it was delibarated.
  8. Tom posted on 03/09/2011 09:28 PM
    I'm pretty sure Chara wouldnt intensionally hurt Max in a way he knows would'nt be worth it...like said before bad timing-bad location. If if had been the other way around and say Max had done the same thing to chara i bet you montreal fans would also be saying unintensional and bad timing. I do hope Max will be okay and that his career can continue but some are over reacting and going against Chara. This is hockey remember which involves contact...
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