452090949Sergei Bobrovsky of the Columbus Blue Jackets was injured in a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Dec. 3, straining his groin. He’s expected to miss around a month of action, which pushes his injury rehab right into the time when the Russian Olympic team’s roster will be announced.
When I spoke to him this weekend for Sovietsky Sport, he was resting at home and reading “The Count of Monte Cristo.” The Blue Jackets are eager to see if Bobrovsky will be back with a vengeance like Edmond Dantes.
Q. How are you nowadays?
BOBROVSKY: “I am trying to stay positive. Every athlete has injuries at some point of their careers.”
What happened on that play? There was no contact with the opposing player.
“Tampa’s player shot the puck to the top corner, and I was sliding in the opposite direction, I made a sudden move, caught the puck but felt right away that something bad had happened.”
Did you realize right away something bad happened?
“Immediately. I had never had anything like that before.Read More »from Chatting with Sergei Bobrovsky: Will injury derail Sochi Olympics spot? (Puck Daddy Interview)