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Y&R's Daniel Goddard Breaks Elbow Filming A Fight Scene!

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Who says things aren’t rough and tumble in the world of daytime soap operas?  Well, just ask The Young and the Restless‘ resident heartthrob, Daniel Goddard (Cane Ashby)!

Apparently, during a fight scene for an upcoming episode of the number one daytime drama, Goddard broke his elbow!

The actor tweeted a photo of himself on Sunday looking downtrodden in what looks to be a hospital examining room complete with his arm in a sling.

The fan favorite tweeted: “I broke my elbow on Friday at work while filming a fight scene. I am just so bummed out… ”

Send your well-wishes to Goddard for a speedy recovery in the comment section below! And let us know, who do you think Cane was getting into a brawl with that unexpectedly led to Daniel’s broken elbow?

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Eileen Hargis
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Eileen Hargis

Hes good at acting but good at getting hurt, too. I remember a leg on a cruise, lol .

Carolyn
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Carolyn

Wishing Daniel Goddard a speedy & easy recovery.

My guess is Cane was fighting with Joe.

Mo
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Mo

Ouch! Hope he feels better.

He may have been fighting Joe.

Elaine Oxford
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Elaine Oxford

Hope you feel better soon Daniel I am sure it will be awkward for you, even getting dressed will be difficult,
Take care !

su0000
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su0000

A broken elbow..
that is lifelong lingering.
Hope he has workers compensation and a good lawyer LOL ..
wish him a speedy recovery ..

Timmm
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Timmm

Maybe him and Charlie Pratt got into a fist fight over the demise of the character known as CANE! Speaking of fights, remember the good old days when Cane and Billy used to fight like cats and dogs! They got to get rid of Burgess! He ruins so many story possibilities not fitting in as Billy Abbott!

k/kay
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k/kay

Gosh I wis he had gotten the injury beating the hell out of Chuck Pratt for literally destroying anything that remotely resembles Y&R!!!

Andy G.
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Andy G.

My sincere best wishes for a complete and speedy recovery. I empathize with Mr. Goddard from personal experience, having shattered my elbow 3 years ago.

Nanci
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Nanci

Hope he feels better soon.
My guess is a fight with Neil.

Sheri
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Sheri

I think his fight is with Neil after he finds out what he did to Hillery and Devon. Even if it’s not Neil, it should be.

Diane Jones
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Diane Jones

Wishing you a speedy recovery,be careful next time,I loved you in Beastmaster.

Mateo
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Mateo

Wow… a few years back Billy Miller broke his hand filming a scene on set. And now you hurt your arm. Those are realistic scenes you are filming. Get well soon Daniel. Thank you for all you do to bring a great character to life on Y&R.

Nancy
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Nancy

So sorry to hear this Daniel. 🙁 Feel better soon! I just hope you made the other guy look worse

K Ross
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K Ross

Get well soon. Speedy recovery.
I’m assuming you had it out with Joe.

Delicia
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Delicia

All in a day’s work, huh Daniel? Best of luck, and a speedy recovery…Feel better soon! Love you ☺️

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