PHOTO: Jarome Iginla mangles finger in fight with Ryan Kesler
Jarome Iginla looked to severely injure his fingers in a fight with Ryan Kesler. Shockingly enough, he returned to the game.
Jarome Iginla is never one to shy away from fisticuffs. In the first period against the Vancouver Canucks, the Boston Bruins forward took on Ryan Kesler in a hearty scrap. It turned out to be a costly one for Iginla.
After the two traded heavy blows, Iginla came away from the tussle looking at his finger. You can’t quite see it until the slow-motion images at the end of the video below, but fingers aren’t supposed to look the way Iginla's did after the scrap. If you don't like body parts bent in unnatural ways, perhaps skip this one.
Here’s a still of Iginla’s finger. YOUCH.
Guys Iggy's going to be out a while... pic.twitter.com/W3SdzQF49q— dafoomie (@dafoomie) December 15, 2013
Contradictory to @dafoomie's tweet, Iginla returned to the game. He missed the rest of the first after the fight, but he came back for the second and was taking a regular shift. Hockey players, man.
Ontario's 2017 RBC Canadian Open plays host to some puck shots from the legendary golfer
The unsigned forward, still in search of a team, is campaigning for himself
The league shoots down a report that NHL players could still be permitted to go to the Oly...
The 45-year-old forward remains unsigned but has shown little desire to hang up the skates
Pittsburgh also has been linked to Matt Duchene and could be in the mix for Tyler Bozak
Nashville extends its 24-year-old restricted free agent with what could be bargain numbers