Found October 02, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The Canadiens lost more than a game Tuesday night as George Parros the newly acquired enforcer finished the evening in hospital after experiencing what coach Michel Therrien described as “bad luck.” Parros was engaging in a his second fight of the night with Colton Orr when he lost his balance and landed face first on the ice. “He has a concussion and he’s in the hospital” Therrien said. “He showed a lot of character and it was just bad luck.” The Canadiens were trailing 3-2 when Parros and Orr joined in on what started out with a main event between Jarred Tinordi and Carter Ashton. Neither of the two heavyweights had an advantage when Parros lost his balance and hit his chin on the ice. “We’ve seen too many of those incidents in this building” said Lars Eller who suffered a concussion last year when he was hit by Ottawa’s Eric Gryba. “When you see something like that you just hope that he’s okay and you think about his family. When that happens you try to refocus but it’s hard
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