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Referee Trevor Hanson has left a game between the Buffalo Sabres and Phoenix Coyotes after being hit in the nose by a puck.
Hanson was in the corner late in the second period Thursday night, when a shot by Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson caromed off the crossbar and hit Hanson in the nose.
Hanson doubled over in pain and skated to Phoenix's bench, where he was given a towel. Holding the towel to his face, Hanson was helped down the Coyotes tunnel to receive medical attention.
Hanson was back on the ice for the start of the third period.
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Our favorite part of this is Malkin's wayward stance after throwing the punch. He seems like he is waiting for Ekman-Larsson to fall over.Vicious looking uppercut though, nice form.
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