Found February 04, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Some things are too good to be true. And yet, there was Max Pacioretty, just eight days after having his appendix removed, assisting on a crucial goal as part of a 2-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators. Pacioretty's biggest gripe--having the appendix removed through his belly button, leaving him with an "outie". "What percentage would you say you were at for this one?" "100," Deadpan. No he...
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