Found April 30, 2013 on
One of the casualties of being a hockey player is that you often lose your teeth. Whether you take a puck to the mouth or lose them in a fight, at one point or another there is a good chance that you will lose a few.
I’m going to assume that all the years of fighting were what contributed to Paul Bissonnette losing some of his front teeth. I tried to search online for confirmation of when he may of lost them and the searches turned up empty. His wikipedia page wasn’t any help:
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Paul Bissonnette, a.k.a, Biz Nasty, isn’t your typical hockey player. However, like pretty much everyone else in the NHL, his teeth aren’t real.
Arguably the most outgoing (at least social media-wise) player in the league, Bissonnette recently uploaded a Vine video onto his Twitter handle that showed him messing around with his “new jibs” (teeth) still in the dentist chair...
I must admit I was green with more than a little envy.
Early in Saturday nights game in Anaheim, the Ducks game operations department lit up the scoreboard with the official announcement of their upcoming first round Stanley Cup playoff series. Their opponent: The universally hated, yet duly respected Detroit Red Wings.
There was a unique blend of wild applause and lusty booing...
Along with winger Chris Conner, the Coyotes also send Michael Stone and Alexandre Bolduc back to the minors. They are getting sent back to the Portland Pirates who happen to be down 2-0 in their playoff series versus Syracuse. These three should be able to give the Pirates a boost when they return home for game three.
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This is my season review for the Phoenix Coyotes. A lot of work and other things kept me from being the most consistent blogger out there and I apologize for this. Iâm still going to be plowing on with prospects (thinking top-10 per team) and the draft.
This was the first year the Coyotes missed the playoffs in 3 seasons and while many pegged them to finish last in the...