Found March 25, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Ryane Clowe
TEAMS: San Jose Sharks
Last night, Ryane Clowe was struck in the head with a slapshot, which he said was the last straw in a game that caused him great deal of agitation: “I was boiling up to here before the puck in the head,” Clowe said, holding his hand even with his forehead, “and it probably tipped me over. More than anything, I just didn’t want to have to leave the game. That’s what I was ticked off about.” -Mercury News That seems like a reasonable explanation for an otherwise inappropriate outburst.  I have another, more scientific explanation.  Observe where the subject was struck by the flying puck.  You can see the mark on his head near the end of this sequence gif’ed by @mymclife: Continue reading "The curious case of Mr. Clowe"
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