Brekky Wrap: The Graphic Moment A Hockey Player Loses His Teeth During Game
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
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One hockey player got a brutal reminder to always wear a mouth guard after his teeth flew out of his mouth during a game on Sunday. Calgary Flames player James Neal was hit in the mouth when Canucks defenseman Alex Biega tried to wack an airborne puck. He missed and hit Neal clean in the mouth, knocking at least three teeth out in the process. The referee was forced to pick up the teeth from the ice, Beiga was penalised and Neal, after a little medical treatment, returned to the ice.
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