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09-26-2010, 04:13 PM
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My scariest moment by far would be the second time I broke my collarbone. It was right at the end of a game. One of the other teams guys came in on a breakaway and got to my left faceoff circle and then wired the hardest slapshot he could. Before I could even blink, I could feel the puck lodged between my throat and my mask. (No I wasn't wearing a throat guard. I had forgot it that day) I managed to lift my head enough that the puck came loose. I then dropped my glove and preceded to fall to the ice and tear off my mask. It was probably only 10 to 15 seconds before I could catch a breath, but it felt like forever. I had to get helped off the ice. I layed there for about 20 minutes before I could even move again. I went straight to the hospital and wasn't even out of my gear. I was told that I broke my collarbone, and damaged my trachea. By far the worst and scariest pain in my life.

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