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Blues forward Ryan Reaves removes own tooth (Video)

St. Louis Blues forward Ryan Reaves casually removed his own tooth on the bench after being checked hard into the boards during Sunday night's game against Chicago.Reaves had his face smashed into the glass by Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook, which apparently made it loose enough for Reaves to pull out once his shift was finished, then he kept on playing as if nothing had happened...
Via Holdout Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Reaves takes tooth out on bench after hard hit (Video)

Ryan Reaves of the St. Louis Blues ended Sunday’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks with one less tooth in his mouth than he started with. Reaves took a big hit along the boards from Brent Seabrook that resulted in the winger’s head getting smashed against the glass. It also loosened one of Reaves’ teeth. While...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Blues' Ryan Reaves extracts own tooth on bench

St. Louis Blues forward Ryan Reaves had a rough night at the office on Sunday. Reaves smacked his face on the glass after taking a big hit from Chicago’s Brent Seabrook, loosening up some chiclets in his mouth.After his shift, Reaves played dentist on himself and removed a tooth while catching a breather on the Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

GIF: Ryan Reaves takes a big hit, pulls out his tooth on the bench

On the night Major League Baseball started a new season, Ryan Reaves provided another reminder why hockey players are considered the toughest in sports. After taking a huge hit, Reaves skated off the bench. While on the bench, he performed an act seen too often in hockey – he pulled out his tooth. First, the hit: GIF: hit on Reaves that appeared to seriously hurt him pic.twitter...
Via Frozen Notes
21 days ago  |  Discuss

GIF: Ryan Reaves reaches over the officials to punch Zack Kassian

Zack Kassian punched Ryan Reaves and then probably thought he was safe when the officials came in to break things up. Reaves had the last laugh as he reached over the officials and decked Kassian in the face. Both men earned two-minute roughing penalties and 10-minute misconducts. Reaves vs Kassian #stlblues pic.twitter.com/2zo7uoUp7U — Daniel Doelling (@Daniel_Doelling) March...
Via Puck Drunk Love
March 01, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Ryan Reaves Gets Kicked In The Face By Karma

The Chicago Blackhawks picked up a huge two points on Sunday by beating their rival the St. Louis Blues. In the first period of the game the Blues’ Ryan Reaves (who is known for being a dirty player) got a swift kick in the face by karma. Ryan Reaves Gets What He Deserved Anyone who has watched hockey in the last couple of years knows that Ryan Reaves isn’t exactly going to...
Via Sports Mockery
February 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Ryan Reaves Is Not Pleased With His Skin Tone in ‘NHL 14′

NHL 15 is set to hit stores in a few weeks, but you probably won’t find St. Louis Blues forward Ryan Reaves waiting in line to buy it unless the EA Sports team has made some significant changes to his player model. Reaves took to Twitter this week to point out a glaring inaccuracy with his representation in NHL 14: Somebody's f*!?in' up pic.twitter.com/3VhkmvkMCh — Ryan Reaves...
Via Next Impulse Sports
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Reaves isn’t happy with his skin tone in EA’s NHL series

Have you ever noticed how Ryan Reaves looks a little bit … off in EA’s NHL line of video games? It turns out that Reaves has noticed too. Somebody's f*!?in' up pic.twitter.com/3VhkmvkMCh — Ryan Reaves (@rreaves75) August 25, 2014 Previously, Chris Stewart suffered the same fate. Is it really that hard for EA to get skin tone at least kind of accurate? Apparently it is, as...
Via Frozen Notes
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Blues sign 'rugged' forward Ryan Reaves to 4-year extension

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues have signed forward Ryan Reaves to a four-year, $4.5 million contract extension. General manager Doug Armstrong says in a release the rugged Reaves, at 6-foot-1 and 224 pounds, has developed into a "well-rounded player." The 26-year-old Reaves has played in 26 games with two goals and three assists. He also has 65 penalty minutes, third-most on the...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Blues sign Reaves to a four-year contract extension

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues locked up another key cog for their future on Friday when they signed forward Ryan Reaves to a four-year contract extension worth $4.5 million. "It means a lot," Reaves told Blues radio broadcaster Chris Kerber. "It's been a long road. It's my seventh year in this organization, coming from the coast all the way here and now a four-year contract in...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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