Saturday, November 27, 2010

Lee appears to be OK

hSorry for the late entry, folks, but we're shorthanded at the paper.
Rensselaer sophomore winger C.J. Lee, who incurred a neck and head injury in the third period of Friday night's 6-5 victory over UConn, was alert (though groggy) and chatting with his parents and coach Seth Appert at Albany Med late Friday night.
Lee was placed on a stretcher and carried off the ice.
Shortly after speaking with the media post-game, Appert met Lee's parents at Albany Med.
"He's a little groggy but he's in great spirits," Appert said. "All the tests were negative. There appears to be no brain injury."
Appert was asked if Lee had to be convinced his teammates rallied for the victory.
"Well, the guys scored so quick that he probably heard (the goals) on the radio in the ambulance.
Lee will be kept in the hospital at least through Saturday.
The Engineers battle Bowling Green for the Rensselaer Holiday Tournament on Saturday night.


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