So reports are out that the stud is going to be ‘week to week’ with a grade 1 separated shoulder. What is so impressive is the fact that he not only played, but tied it up for Canada in the gold medal game against Russia. I had the same injury back in college during captains practices and it was a rough go. It’s a sharp type of pain that doesn’t go away, the only thing that can heal it is time. I’m not going to sit here and say its the greatest example of toughness in sports history but I will say that if I was a Coyote fan I’d be thrilled. It shows real leadership, passion and toughness to do what this kid did, let alone in the gold medal game. If you listen to Spittin’ Chiclets, Paul Bissonette often talks about how the sky is the limit for this kid. Hayton is crazy talented with a good set of wheels and I have a feeling he’ll be a name every average hockey fan knows in just a few years.