Found February 14, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
For yet another season, the Edmonton Oilers have seen some terrifying injuries and accidents. The most recent was Taylor Hall’s warmup skate cut to the face, but shockingly that may not have been the most horrific injury. The most horrific injury suffered this year, when you consider the end results, had to have been Taylor Fedun’s broken femur suffered during a race to the puck in a pre-season game against the Minnesota Wild. Taylor Hall’s injury elicited calls for mandatory helmets on the ice during warmups and Taylor Fedun’s injury once again was cause for the league to look at a no touch icing rule.Continue reading "Taylor Fedun Once Again Skating"
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