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01-Feb-06 Broken neck, sidelined indefinitely.
Anyone else see what happened?
This is what ive read so far, Colley broke the fifth cervical vertebra in his neck but there is no paralysis and that the surgery has been successful.

Ive been hunting for the video clip, anyone have it :confused:


Player stats:

Age: 27
Date of birth: January 4, 1979
Place of Birth: Collingwood, CT, USA
Country: USA
HT: 5-10 WT: 175
Shoots/Catches: R
NHL Seasons: 0
Signed by NY Islanders in 2004.

TRANSACTIONS:
Signed as a free agent by the Islanders on June 10, 2004.

LAST SEASON:
Played in 59 games for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and finished seventh on the team in scoring with 24 points... Was second on the team in penalty minutes with 212.

2003-04 SEASON:
Played in 78 games for Bridgeport and finished sixth on the team in scoring with 31 points...Registered 12 goals, the fourth most on Bridgeport along with 19 assists, the sixth most...Recorded 122 penalty minutes, second on the Sound Tigers...Recognized by Sound Tigers' fans as team's Most Popular Player due to his passion for the game...Played in three of Bridgeport's seven postseason games...Registered one post-season goal... Finished tied for third on the team in playoff-plus/minus with a +3.

2002-03 SEASON:
Split time between ECHL with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies and the AHL with the Syracuse Crunch and the Worcester IceCats…Played in a combined 22 AHL games and registered three goals with seven points and tallied 33 penalty minutes…Registered 33 goals with Atlantic City, second most, and 23 assists, third most…Finished third overall on the team with 71 points, despite only playing in 50 games…Led Atlantic City with 15 power-play goals and 190 penalty minutes.

2001-02 SEASON:
Split time between the ECHL with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies and the AHL with the Providence Bruins and the Rochester Americans…Played in a combined 29 AHL games and registered three goals and eight points with 97 penalty minutes…Played in two playoff games with Rochester and tallied one assist…Finished second in the ECHL with a shooting percentage of .205…Finished tied for third on Atlantic City with 53 points…Finished fourth on the team with a plus/minus of +9.

2000-01 SEASON:
Spent the entire season in the ECHL, but split time between the Pensacola Ice Pilots and the New Orleans Brass… Played in 23 regular season games for each…Finished the season with a combined 17 goals and 19 assists for 36 points…Played in eight playoff games for New Orleans and scored a goal and added an assist.

1999-00 SEASON:
Made his professional hockey debut…Split time between the AHL with the Hartford Wolf Pack and the ECHL with the Charlotte Checkers and the Dayton Bombers…Recorded no points with Hartford…Finished the ECHL season with 10 combined goals, 17 points, 27 points and 121 penalty minutes.

JUNIOR CAREER:
1999-99 SEASON:
Led the Oshawa Generals with 101 points and 39 goals…His 62 assists were the most on his team and ninth best in the OHL…Finished with a team-leading 16 power play goals and a +27 plus/minus rating…In the playoffs, tied for second on the Generals with 24 points in 14 games and was second in the league with seven insurance goals…Led the Generals in postseason assists with 16 and was tied for second on the team in goals with eight.

1997-98 SEASON:
Led the team with 68 points and 27 goals… Finished second on the team with 41 assists…In seven playoff games registered six points, tied for third most along with a team-leading five assists.

1996-97 SEASON:
Finished 11th on the Oshawa General in scoring with 36 points…Tied for sixth in goals with 19.
 

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