If I’ve said it once, I have said it a thousand times. Hockey players are a rare breed. They pull their own teeth out like the tooth fairy is handing out Benjamins. Earlier this week, it was the Penguins’ Pascal Dupuis using his extracting his chicklet. Fact: tooth fairies do not hand out Benjamins.
However, that didn’t stop Florida Panthers’ winger Krys...
Nothing unusual about seeing an NHL player pull out a tooth in the middle of a game, but Florida's Krys Barch took it a step further Saturday night in Washington, tossing his tooth to a fan for a souvenir.
Capitals announcer Joe Beninati said what the rest of us are thinking: "I wonder how much that will go for on Ebay?"
The do-it-yourself dentistry is no big deal...
Via Puck Daddy's Harrison Mooney, Florida Panthers scrapper Krys Barch lost a tooth during the course of the Panthers' 3-2 shootout loss to Washington, and when he was being "chirped at" by a few unruly Capitals fans, Barch chose to mockingly offer a pulled-out tooth to the gents jabbering at him:
The Florida Panthers reacquired right wing Krys Barch in a trade with the New Jersey Devils, and signed center Brad Boyes and defenseman Tom Gilbert to one-year contracts.
Barch came back to the Panthers, along with a seventh-round pick in the 2015 draft, for center Scott Timmins on Saturday. The Devils also got Florida's sixth-round pick in next year's draft.
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September 28, 2013
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The New Jersey Devils have moved out another body in their efforts to get down to a 23-man roster.
The team announced they've traded Krys Barch and a 7th round pick in 2015 to Florida for Scott Timmins and a 6th round pick in 2014.
Barch, 33, was on a one-way contract which may have factored into the decision to move him....
This season the NHL has enacted a rule that prohibits players from removing their helmets prior to engaging in a fight. What they didn’t account for is what took place in tonight’s Islander-Devil pre-season game. Islanders’ enforcer Brett Gallant and Devils’ enforcer/hockey thinker Krys Barch exposed a really obvious loophole in the NHL’s new rule by removing each other’s...
Free agent Krys Barch, a physical right wing, finalized a two-year deal with the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal were not available. The two sides first reached a contract agreement last week. Last season, Barch, 31, carried a cap hit of $837,500. Barch had two goals, three assists and 114 penalty minutes in 51 games last season, which he split between...
The New Jersey Devils signed free-agent forward Krys Barch to a two-year contract on Tuesday.
Barch has played in the NHL for six seasons, and spent time with Dallas and Florida last year. He had two goals, five points and 91 penalty minutes in 51 games.
A native of Hamilton, Ont., Barch was selected by Washington in the fourth round of the 1998 draft. He has 12 career goals to...
Florida Panthers forward Krys Barch has been suspended for one game by the NHL because of an inappropriate comment to Montreal's P.K. Subban during the game on Saturday night.
Barch will sit out Thursday night's game against the Rangers in New York.
Barch made the comment at the end of the first period of the Panthers' 3-2 win on New Year's Eve and was ejected....
Via AP on Fox
January 05, 2012
Panthers forward Krys Barch was ejected on Saturday night during a game against the Canadiens when he reportedly used a racial slur against P.K. Subban.