Found May 03, 2013 on Diehardsport:

It take a lot to knock an NHL player out of the game and losing a tooth is not enough to do it.  Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price lost a tooth, presumably during a collision with his own defenseman Jarred Tinordi.  Price yanked the tooth out during a whistle, skated over to the trainer to drop it off for safe keeping and then returned to his net to keep playing.  Oddly enough, Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson lost a tooth last night after he took a shot to the head.  These goalies have some serious complaints to lodge with the companies that made their helmets, no reason to be losing teeth with a helmet on. [YouTube]

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