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Sami Lepisto’s grotesque looking knee

Chicago Blackhawk Sami Lepisto blocked a shot last week. A week later he tweets a pic of the hematoma and LAF grabs: “This is why I shouldn’t be blocking slap shots!!" Which looks a heckuvalot... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~
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May 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Blackhawks’ Sami Lepisto takes puck to the leg, has a horrendous bruise (Picture)

What this picture tells me is that all the padding a hockey player wears on their legs literally prevents them from shattering a knee. A lot of people think taking a slap shot off the leg during a hockey game doesn’t hurt because of the padding, but I’m pretty sure the photo above contradicts that line of thinking. Blackhawks defenseman Sami Lepisto took a puck to the inside...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Blackhawks Defenseman Sami Lepisto Tweets Photo of Crazy Leg Bruise (Photo)

It takes some serious intestinal fortitude to step in front of an NHL slap shot. Blackhawks defenseman Sami Lepisto is living proof of why. Lepisto apparently stepped in front of a slap shot during Chicago's first-round playoff series against Phoenix and lived to tell about it. Unfortunately, he also came away with a giant souvenir. The gutsy blue liner tweeted a photo on Monday...
May 01, 2012  |  Discuss

This Is What It Looks Like When You Block a Slapshot In The NHL

Chicago defenseman Sami Lepisto took a slapshot to the leg last week, and he was kind enough to show the world via Twitter what a 90+mph hit puck can do to your leg. We appreciate the P.S.A. but we could have done with a proper warning before checking this out over breakfast. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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May 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Blackhawks Unload In Columbus, Win 6-1

Sami Lepisto scored his first goal with the Blackhawks, John Scott hammered Derek Dorsett and Viktor Stalberg continued to light up the Blue Jackets in a much-needed blowout victory for Chicago. Lepisto had an ugly turnover early in the first … Continue reading →
Via Committed Indians
February 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Is Sami Lepisto The New Kim Johnsson?

The Blackhawks do, contrary to popular belief, have someone under contract right now named Sami Lepisto. He’s a defenseman, is getting paid, but hasn’t been seen in almost a month. What happened to Lepisto? As far as we can tell, the … Continue reading →
Via Committed Indians
February 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Sami Lepisto Is A Wasted Roster Spot

On Dec. 3, I wrote that it was time for the Blackhawks to cut ties with defenseman Sami Lepisto. In the wake of Dylan Olsen’s two games with the NHL club, this reality couldn’t be more painfully obvious. Since that … Continue reading →
Via Committed Indians
January 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Blackhawks Roster Dilemma: Time To Cut Sami Lepisto

It’s been fun, but with the team struggling to find itself on the ice now is the time for the Blackhawks to begin making tough roster decisions.  And the first, and easiest, of those decisions is cutting defenseman Sami Lepisto … Continue reading →
Via Committed Indians
December 03, 2011  |  Discuss

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