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# A rare sight of Mark on the bench during a Chieftains game making a point to Karl Rogers. IT'S AGONY TO BE INJURED Mark, what is the nature of your injury? I've torn or separated the laticia dorsal muscle which is situated in the left side of my back. Unfortunately I felt I came back from the original injury a week too early and I aggravated it again in the Isle of Wight game. It certainly doesn't help when other teams know that you are injured, I was getting hit against the baords and the guy hitting me would pass a quick comment like 'How's your back?' as he cross-checked me. Do you feel helpless not being able to play? Yeah, you do feel so helpless when you can't get out there and be part of the team on the ice - there's no other feeling like it in the world. This is the first time that I have been injured in England or even missed a single game through injury in 80 to 90 matches. Sitting out game after game is really hard for me, I find it so difficult to just sit and watch - whatever the score. To be honest I would rather not watch - that that I don't want to be participating, but I would much rather be playing. You feel as though you are not contributing in the way that you should - and for me that is helping to win games. How do you feel the team has performed without your services? Lucky, I think my lack of being in the team has not had a large affect, we've got too strong a squad for that, despite all the changes that have occurred. I think the people that have been brought in have more than made up for things. Another thing, I think I was lucky not to have been released, that could have been a logical way for the management to move. They understand a great deal more than they get credit for on how the team will aim for promotion, and that is our ultimate aim and always has been. How did the injury affect you away from the hockey? It wasn't the type of injury that didn't allow me to do simple things like opening doors and lighting light weights, it is the type of injury that allows me to do virtually everything except play hockey. I did have some good physiotherapy from one of the top fooball clubs in the country, Everton, through a contact of mine and that gradually helped to ease the pain. At the moment I feel that I am making good progress. I've been able to lift more weights and swimming is becoming a lot easier but I am certainly not going to rush coming back and management and Brad certainly are not rushing me either. It's not fun when you are banned from going on the ice at any time but I will wait patiently untill I am back to 100 per cent fitness. Finally ,Mark, the all imporant question, when do you hope to be playing again? I'm going back to Everton for some more physio and I am hoping to be fit for the home game against Stevenage on January 17. # First published in the second edition of the Blade. FULLY FIT MARK STOKES THE FIRES Mark Stokes returned to ice hockey with a vengeance on Sunday as Chelmsford Chieftains luck seems at last to have changed. After being given a week's intensive treatment by football's premier league side Everton, Stokes reported fully fit for Sunday's match at home to Stevenage and answered coach Brad Doshan's prayers with a superb performance. Stokes finished with three goals and three assists and afterwards Doshan could not hide his delight at the 11-5 victory. "It was a risk, but it paid off. At last things seem to be going our way,:" he said"This is the first time since November that we've had our strongest team on the ice and just look at the difference. Now just watch us go." With Rick Smith also showing top form with four goals - two unassisted - Stevenage were never in the hunt, especially as they were without their top import Trent Anderson, injured in a clash with Andy Hannah in the mid-week game. Apart from Stokes' successful comeback, most of the results went Chieftains way. Streatham Redskins, who had taken over top spot after beating Oxford Stars midweek, were beaten twice and Whitelink Raiders also lost. Bit the important factor is that Chieftains, still in pole position at the top of the able, have taken first blood against Stevenage,who could be their main rivals if there is an end of season battle for the one play-off place. And they have a chance to improve their position further this Sunday when they visit Stevenage for their third meeting against the Herts side in less than a fortnight. Monday's scheduled Essex Radio Midweek League match at Romford was cancelled because of a mix-up over dates and will now be played this Monday. Scorers: CHIEFTAINS 11: Scorers - Stokes 3+3, Aisbitt 0+1, Rogers 1+0, Greenland 1+1, Smith 4+0, Hannah 0+2, Goebel 2+2.Mom - Whitelaw. SHARKS 5.
Lundqvist leads the team onto the ice
Lundqvist leads the team onto the ice
Henrik Lundqvist (Swedish pronunciation: [?h?nr?k ?l?ndkv?st]; born March 2, 1982) is a Swedish professional ice hockey goaltender for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was nominated for the Vezina Trophy in his first three seasons in the NHL, finishing third all three times, and is the only goaltender in NHL history to record 30 wins in each of his first five seasons. His dominating play during his rookie season resulted in the New York media and Rangers fans giving him the nickname "King Henrik". During the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, he led the Sweden national men's ice hockey team to their second Olympic Gold Medal. Before joining the Rangers, Lundqvist played for Frolunda HC in the Swedish Elitserien. During his years in Sweden, he developed into the league's finest goaltender, winning the Honken Trophy three consecutive seasons; 2003, 2004 and 2005. In 2005 he also won two of the most prestigious awards in Swedish ice hockey, the Golden Puck and the Golden Helmet. Lundqvist is considered a butterfly style goalie, though unorthodox because of the aggressive way he performs the butterfly. He is best known for his sensational quickness, athleticism and strong positional play. New York Rangers Hockey

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