Found November 08, 2011 on On the Duck Pond:
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While George Parros is out of the Anaheim Ducks line up for the next four weeks recovering from a retinal tear, he better start thinking "visor."  His latest eye injuries can be added to the growing list of reasons why they should be mandatory. In hockey, pucks happen.  As do sticks.  And other flukes of nature.  Do visors protect in all cases?  No.  But do they protect more than not wearing a visor at all?  Absolutely. Parros got his warning from God on October 27, when he was struck in the face with an errant puck at practice.  His right eye took the hit (thank you Andrew Gordon.)  A few stitches here and there, and things seemed good to go. Then last Friday, eight days after the first incident, another errant puck at practice hit Parros.  This time it hit the left eye.  Or as Parros tweeted, his left eye was jealous of all the attention that his right eye was getting.  No need for the eye to jealous any more.   That left eye is getting more attention than it wanted than...
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