How lucky is Jaybo to have had not 1 but 2 professional medical staffs there to help in that situation?
Everyone did their jobs to save his life, what happened is terrible but he is fortunate, I wish for him a speedy recovery.
It could be a bunch of things, but my gut reaction is it looked possibly like SVT. If so, ablation procedure will take him out for a month or two and then back at it. I'm hoping that's it. SVT, if it's masking WPW, can be dangerous, but the procedure is the same and it's good that it went as it did.
Shocked with the paddles, reported as a cardiac 'incident' with more news to come in a presser today. Like you I thought of Jiri Fischer who indeed never played again (still very much involved in the Wings front office) and I thought of former Rangers prospect Alexei Cherepanov who died on the bench in a KHL game because proper equipment and medical staff were unavailable when he had more or less the same thing happen to him. Wishing Bo the best, Nick Peverley had an incident and was able to ret
Yes i agree and i'm sure it would help him to walk away now that he finally has won a Cup. He needs to worry about life after hockey.
This is just a game...life is so much more important. I hope he gets back his health and makes the right call for him.