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Tonight’s NHL action was focused mainly on the Pittsburgh-Ottawa game. Some NHL GIFs:
Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators fell victim to what appears to be an unintentional injury from the skate of the Penguins’ Matt Cooke. It was later revealed that Karlsson suffered a lacerated achilles tendon that will require surgery to repair and his length of recovery is indefinite.
Also in the Penguins-Senators game, Sidney Crosby had a NASTY saucer pass to assist on Pascal Dupuis’ goal to open the scoring for the Penguins.
Rookie sensation, Vladimir Tarasenko, of the St. Louis Blues scored his 6th goal of the season tonight vs. Jimmy Howard and the Detroit Red Wings.
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