Found March 13, 2014 on
This violent hit from Richie Regehr (Los Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr’s brother) should result in a suspension. Linkoping HC and Modo were playing in a game on Wednesday when Linkoping’s Sebastian Karlsson got caught in the neutral zone with his head down. Regehr clearly made no move to play the puck and targeted Karlsson’s head with his hit and Karlsson paid the price dearly. He was leaking pretty well before he was sent to the hospital and Regehr was kicked out of the game. Karlsson was discharged from the hospital and is currently doing okay.
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Linkoping HC and Modo faced off in Swedish Hockey League playoff action yesterday and the game featured this brutal high hit on Linkoping’s Sebastian Karlsson from Modo’s Richie Regehr, the brother of Los Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr.
(Warning: If you don’t deal well with blood, you should probably just avoid the video.)
Regehr’s illegal hit caught Karlsson up...
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