Red Wings prospect and Rogle BK defenseman Moritz Seider spoke to Rogle’s website on Tuesday afternoon, engaging in a 3:23 English-language interview which accompanies the following update (roughly translated from Swedish);
It is a week ago that Moritz Seider crashed into the rim boards at high speed in the away game against Brynäs. It was a nasty scene, but the huge prospect could finally get up and go out into the dressing room under his own power. It was not as bad as first feared, and on Wednesday, Moritz completed his first workout in the gym on his way back. Rögle-TV met Moritz afterwards who is looking forward to being back on the ice soon.
Seider says that his hit was a hockey play, more or less, and “now the hard part begins” in terms of rehab, but “that’s part of the process, too, and that’s the fun part.”
Seider is asked if he’ll be coming back after the Beijer Hockey Games from February 11th to 14th, as the interviewer has spoken with the team’s physiotherapist, and he says, “It’s hard to say ‘when’ right now.”