I just talked to him and he won't find out the results until tomorrow. He had the MRI at 1 p.m. today at Fort Wayne Ortho. As you can imagine, he's pretty apprehensive.
``I'm just a little nervous about the results, I guess,'' he said. ``You really don't know until you get the results back. I can sit here all day with my fingers crossed, but it's tough when you don't know.''
Galbraith injured his right knee when he crashed into the boards Friday night after a collision with Quad City's Joel Pullman.
``It wasn't a dirty hit at all,'' Galbraith said. ``I didn't think it was. I just tried to separate him from the puck and then I fell and twisted my knee up.''
Galbraith said the play was similar to how he hurt his left knee last season. Then he tore his posterior cruciate ligament behind his knee.
``That's what I thought I did this time right away, but I was in shock,'' he said. ``It doesn't feel that way now. Something feels different in there. It's still sore, just a little tender.''