Found November 03, 2013 on Capitals Outsider:
PLAYERS: Tom Wilson
TEAMS: Florida Panthers
Caps forward Tom Wilson spends time with Caps fans after the game against the Florida Panthers.

Barch tosses tooth to fan for souvenir

Nothing unusual about seeing an NHL player pull out a tooth in the middle of a game, but Florida's Krys Barch took it a step further Saturday night in Washington, tossing his tooth to a fan for a souvenir. Capitals announcer Joe Beninati said what the rest of us are thinking: "I wonder how much that will go for on Ebay?" The do-it-yourself dentistry is no big deal...

WATCH: Panthers' Barch pulls out tooth, gives it to fan

Just a night after the Washington Capitals played in a physical game against the Philadelphia Flyers, they came home to host the Florida Panthers. With just under 12 minutes to go, Panthers forward Krystofer Barch is sitting in the penalty box and pulls out a loose tooth. Being the away team there aren’t many Florida fans in Washington DC for the game, he gets the attention of...

Video: Barch suggests that Caps fans can’t handle the tooth

Via Puck Daddy's Harrison Mooney, Florida Panthers scrapper Krys Barch lost a tooth during the course of the Panthers' 3-2 shootout loss to Washington, and when he was being "chirped at" by a few unruly Capitals fans, Barch chose to mockingly offer a pulled-out tooth to the gents jabbering at him:

Florida Panthers’ Krys Barch pulls out tooth; offers it to Capitals fan (VIDEO)

via YouTube If I’ve said it once, I have said it a thousand times.  Hockey players are a rare breed.  They pull their own teeth out like the tooth fairy is handing out Benjamins.  Earlier this week, it was the Penguins’ Pascal Dupuis using his extracting his chicklet.  Fact: tooth fairies do not hand out Benjamins. However, that didn’t stop Florida Panthers’ winger Krys...

Florida’s Poor Play Continues

from George Richards of the Miami Herald, On Friday night, the Panthers closed their season-long, six-game homestand with a deflating 4-0 loss to the Blues at BB&T Center, a lackluster performance in which Florida’s coach called out 16 of his 19 players who hit the ice. Hey, things could have been worse. The Panthers lost 7-0 in St. Louis on Oct. 5. The Panthers have...

Jeff Quirin: Game 11 : Blues @ Panthers - Vengeful Cats

Nearly a month has passed since the Florida Panthers came to St. Louis and were blanked by the Blues 7-0. After such a thrilling opener the shutout and physical drubbing made for bad memories... and an understandable desire to pay back the favor. No doubt they've had November 1st circled on the calendar. Kevin Dineen's club will be a little more prepared for the Blues...

"Something To Remember Me By..." Says Krys Barch

((HT: NHL)) The HQ has shown a lot of tooth-popping in the NHL these days- John Tavares, Pascal Dupuis, and now the Florida Panthers get in on the action- with a bit of added on... Krys Barch decided on some self-dentistry, but he didn't want to hang on to it for the Tooth Fairy... At least, that's what the fan thought... Of course, Barch wanted the dollar from...

Ben Case: Game Day DC- Panthers come to town and thoughts about Emery-Holtby fight

Match-up – Florida Panthers (3-8-2) @ Washington Capitals (6-7-0) Road/Home records – 1-4-0 -------------- 3-3-0 TV – CSN-DC Puck drop - 7:00 PM ET Season series - 0-0 Last 10: 2-6-2 (FL) and 5-5-0 (WSH) Projected starting goalies – Jacob Markstrom (FL) v. Michal Neuvirth (WSH)-Both Unconfirmed Goals for/against per game: Florida- 1.92 (27th) and...

GIF: Aleksander Barkov's amazing one-handed shootout goal

Patrick Kane and Pavel Datsyuk may not be the only players in the NHL with mind boggling puck moving skills. Florida Panthers rookie Aleksander Barkov put his nifty mittens on display in the shootout after scoring an sweet one handed goal on Washington Capitals goaltender Michal Neuvirth.Barkov was the 2nd overall pick in the 2013 NHL draft behind none other than Avs star Nathan...

Blues Shutout Panthers, 4-0

The Blues had high expectations going into Friday’s game against Florida, but no one in the locker room was suggesting that a rematch with the Panthers would bear a result similar to their first meeting Oct. 5. The difference on the scoreboard in the Blues’ 4-0 win Friday over Florida wasn’t quite the same as the lopsided affair between the teams in the second game of the...

Jeff Quirin: ...and the beat goes on...

The Florida Panthers looked more like a domesticated pet than wild animal in their first meeting with the St. Louis Blues. The second was no different. Brian Elliott tamed the beast as his counterpart did previously to the tune of a 30 save shutout. Derek Roy, Chris Stewart, Alex Pietrangelo, and Alexander Steen netted the tallies that lead to a 4-0 victory Friday night. The...
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