Found March 27, 2014 on NESN.com:
You would think Alexandre Burrows would have his biting technique down by now. The Vancouver Canucks forward — most famous around Boston for chomping down on Patrice Bergeron’s finger during the 2011 Stanley Cup Final — apparently still has some work to do in that department. The Canucks’ official Twitter account posted a photo early Thursday morning of Burrows with a chipped front tooth — not an uncommon injury for hockey players. The chip wasn’t the result of a stick, puck or fist to the face, though. Nope, the cause of Burrows’ now-crooked smile was the dreaded granola bar. Check it out in the photo below, with a stick tap to The Score. Wasn't a stick, wasn't a puck. It was a granola bar. Still, all smiles for Burr. http://t.co/FHZpr3shXj— Vancouver Canucks (@VanCanucks) March 27, 2014Filed under: Top Stories, Vancouver Canucks
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