Montreal Canadiens forward Dale Weise took a skate to the face during Saturday night’s 4-3 overtime win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Being the true, tough hockey player that he is, Weise did not let the bloody cut keep him out of the game long. He received stitches and returned to the game. But he […]
Dale Weise took a hockey skate to the face during the Toronto-Montreal game on Saturday night, and the scar from it is vicious.
You have probably seen the 'after' picture (below) of Dale Weise, who took Nazem Kadri's skate to his face last night.
Here is how it happened and scroll to the 1:45 mark for a slow-motion replay.
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Candiens forward Dale Weise was on the receiving end of a gnarly injury Saturday night when the skate of Tonronto Maple Leafs center Nazem Kadri came down on Weise’s face while he was down on the ice.
Thing could have turned out way worse than they did, and Weise got stitches to close up the gash on his upper lip. Maybe Weise will take up the #MustacheMarch cause as a cover.
Dale Weise of the Montreal Canadians was on the receiving end of a skate to the face from the Toronto Maple Leafs Nazem Kadri. The two got tangled up along the boards in the Canadians 4-3 overtime victory on Saturday night. Naturally, since Weise is a hockey player, he returned to the ice after leaving […]Continue reading...
Canadiens forward Dale Weise took a skate to the face courtesy of Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri, and the result was none too pretty. Dale’s teammate George Parros took to Twitter to show off Dale’s scar, and as you would expect it is fairly nasty. Hockey players continue to be the toughest folks out there.
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