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    Adam Burish Gets Throat Cut By Skate Blade

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    Yikes,Thank god that skate just grazed him!

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    this is the scariest thing in hockey. seeing a skate that close to a throat makes me cringe every time

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    Scary indeed he was fortunate and thanks for digging up the clip.


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    first time seeing that...made me cringe so bad. thank god it wasnt worst than it already was

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    I'll never forget the Richard Zednik injury

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    I think the beard cut down the friction, and kept the metal from reaching his skin. So he just got a bit of a shave! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by michiganice91 View Post
    I think the beard cut down the friction, and kept the metal from reaching his skin. So he just got a bit of a shave! lol
    so his beard can bleed? cause i saw blood. interesting. facial hair can bleed. he obviously got cut but he was lucky it wasnt bad. this is the single scariest thing in hockey

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnshockey View Post
    this is the scariest thing in hockey. seeing a skate that close to a throat makes me cringe every time
    i agree 100% he is lucky because this could've been much much worse, lucky that the skate only grazed him
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    Quote Originally Posted by senrab View Post
    I'll never forget the Richard Zednik injury
    Oh man, you're telling me.

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