We're officially entering the last month of the shortened season. Four more weeks of broken bones, pulled groins, and moans from Calgary fans about how much they'll miss Jarome Iginla. It's been a short season, but the action we've seen over the past 2.5 months hasn't been short on passion (or injuries).
(Pittsburgh) is one of the faces of the NHL (yeah, I know saying that may be dangerous to his ego) but as of Saturday night that innocent boy-wonder smile we've all come to know will be missing a few teeth. Crosby took a puck right to the mouth during his first shift against the Islanders. After going down on the ice, Crosby was taken to the hospital where surgery was performed to have his broken jaw repaired. As of right now the team is stating that there are no signs of a concussion, and let's all hope that remains true because with Crosby's history of concussion-like symptoms, who knows when we would see him again? The repair to Crosby's jaw was repor
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