Corey Knisley may have had the best end to a season that anyone could have hoped for. He won his final game of the season, swept the playoffs, and clinched the 2014 Championship. It's safe to say (as his record can prove) that he had the best season in the Club.
When it comes to the offseason, however, he may prove to have it worse than anyone.
It started less than two weeks after his Championship season came to a close, with a severe case of the flu that left him bedridden for days. After a few days in bed, sick, he finally made a return to work on Sunday. After a 12 hour shift to get back into the swing of things, Corey stumbled at work, injuring his ankle. After about an hour of waiting to see how things would develop, it became clear that his injury would require medical attention.
After some x-rays, Corey was diagnosed with a fractured fibula and sprained ligaments in his ankle and knee.
We have no doubt Corey will be back and dominant next season, but we are wishing him a speedy, and full recovery.