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Briere Out at Least Four Weeks

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers
Updated: Jan. 22, 2009 1:14 PM EST


The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that center Danny Briere underwent a successful surgical procedure on his groin/stomach area, according to General Manager Paul Holmgren.

"Danny had successful surgery this morning to repair a nerve entrapment," said Holmgren in making the announcement. "His recovery time will be a minimum of four weeks."

The procedure was performed today by Dr. William Meyers at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia.


The Philadelphia Flyers announced that center Danny Briere will undergo an exploratory surgical procedure on Thursday, January 22, according club General Manager Paul Holmgren.

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"Due to lingering discomfort in his groin/stomach areas, Danny (Briere) will have an exploratory surgical procedure done tomorrow (Thursday, January 22) by Dr. William Meyers (at Hahnemann University Hospital). Recovery time will be a minimum of two weeks,” said Holmgren in making the announcement.
 
“I am very disappointed,” said Briere. “It’s been frustrating not knowing what is going on, so we have decided to go in and check things out.”
 
Briere, 31, recorded a goal and four assists for five points and two penalty minutes in three games for the Phantoms after being assigned to the Phantoms for conditioning purposes on January 14. He has registered five goals and four assists for nine points in nine games with the Flyers this season.

He has missed the last 21 Flyers games with a groin strain, and 30 of the last 31 overall due to injury.
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