Found November 26, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
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Vancouver Canucks superstar Daniel Sedin — and his twin brother Henrik — generally are not considered tough guys by NHL standards. But simply being a hockey player requires a certain level of manliness that is unparallelled in pro sports. Exhibit A: During the second period of Monday’s tilt against the Los Angeles Kings, Sedin was […]The post Daniel Sedin takes high stick to the face, calmly extracts tooth loosened by hit (video) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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