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During the Islanders loss to the Blackhawks on Friday night John Tavares saved himself some money by playing dentist. Check out the below video of the Isle’s stud pulling out his tooth following taking a puck to his mouth. Being the hockey player that he is, he didn’t miss a shift.
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I think the grossest part of watching New York Islanders captain John Tavares pull out his own tooth is the moment you realize that the trainer is already holding a different tooth. The Islanders ended up losing to Chicago Blackhawks, 3-2 Friday night. Hey, at least his team scored the same number of goals as the number of teeth he is now missing. Source: [CSN Chicago] The post...
Most professional athletes go into broadcasting after their playing careers are over. Hockey players might want to look into dentistry.
In just the latest example of the long hockey tradition of on-ice oral surgeries, John Tavares took an errant puck to the mouth during the Islanders’ 3-2 loss to the Blackhawks on Friday night. During a scrum with Andrew Shaw along the boards...
New York Islanders captain John Tavares took a punch during the Isles game against the Chicago Blackhawks and lost a few teeth. Apparently he spit out a few and then had to pull the last one, which was caught on camera. Like a true hockey player, Tavares never missed a shift and finished the game.
New York Islanders captain John Tavares wasn’t about to let a little thing like a few loose teeth knock him out of action on Friday night. During the second period of the Isles’ 3-2 loss at the Chicago Blackhawks, the former No. 1 overall pick took a puck to the face that knocked loose a […]
It's Saturday, so we're strapping in for two days of football all across the country. But Friday night reminded us that the guys on the gridiron aren't the toughest stars in sports.
That title still goes to NHL players, and a New Yorker like Islanders captain John Tavares? That's about as tough as it gets. Just witness him take his own tooth out after taking a stick...
New York Islanders captain John Tavares yanked out his own tooth after taking a shot to the mouth against the Chicago Blackhawks.
Thatâs hockey. John Tavares had the same teeth he had replaced a few months ago knocked out again last night in Chicago. He went to the bench, pulled them out and handed them to the trainer. He put his mouth guard back in and took his next shift.
HOW DOES THAT HAPPEN??? How? Simple. Thatâs Hockey.
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New York Islanders (2-0-1) at Chicago Blackhawks (1-1-1)
8PM Eastern/7 Central
NHL Network/WGN Radio
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