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Carey Price: Canadian. Goaltender. Dentist. Price can officially add dentistry to his list of hobbies as the goaltender did a bit of maintenance on himself after taking a skate to the helmet during his team's 3-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Friday night. Teammate Jarred Tinordi inadvertently caught Price's helmet with his skate, causing both of the goaltender's two front teeth to chip. According to the Globe and Mail, Price's front teeth were "half missing". How did he respond after losing portions of two teeth? He skated over to the bench, reached in his mouth and handed the trainer the remnants/shards of his teeth. He then continued on, finishing the game with a line of 29 saves on 30 shots. [follow]
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