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Calgary Flames' James Neal has teeth fly out of mouth after he's high-sticked

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Calgary Flames' James Neal has teeth fly out of mouth after he's high-stickedCalgary Flames forward James Neal catches a wayward high stick in his mouth, and his dental work is scattered on the ice.
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News video: Hockey Vet Loses Teeth From High-Stick To The Face

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Deadspin reports 12 year hockey veteran James Neal has had an accident on the ice. During the 3rd period, Canucks defenseman Alex Biega tried to knock a puck out of the air near Neal... ...but Biega’s stick missed the pick and hit Neal square on the jaw. The Calgary player was taken into the locker...

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