U.S. Olympic hockey loses another defenseman
The United States men's hockey team lost another defenseman when the Maple Leafs announced that Mike Komisarek will have shoulder surgery that will end his season. The U.S. team already had lost New Jersey Devils defenseman Paul Martin because of a broken left forearm.
Potential Olympic replacements for Martin and Komisarek include Atlanta's Ron Hainsey, Los Angeles' Rob Scuderi, Ryan Whitney of the Anaheim Ducks, and Carolina's Tim Gleason.
February 4, 2010; 9:42 AM ET
Categories: Ice hockey , Vancouver 2010
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