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The NHL’s top two teams faced off Wednesday night, and while it was the Chicago Blackhawks who headed home with a loss, the Anaheim Ducks lost some things as well — a few teeth.
During the faceoff after Teemu Selanne’s goal in the third period, Hawks forward Brandon Bollig nailed Andrew Cogliano in the mouth with a high stick, but all four officials somehow missed the blatant penalty. Cogliano went down in obvious pain and skated off the ice with a bloody mouth, but the Ducks’ center wasn’t quite ready to call it a night.
Any ol’ hockey player can sacrifice a few teeth for the game, but Cogliano made everybody question their toughness when he returned to the ice to finish out the game — without ever missing a shift.
Check out the bloody hit in the video below the next time you complain about going to the dentist.
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