VIDEO: Gregory Campbell can barely move, still helps kill penalty
Boston Bruins forward Gregory Campbell blocked a shot, could barely stand up, and didn't leave the game.
This is why hockey players are considered some of the toughest athletes.
Boston Bruins forward Gregory Campbell dove in front of an Evgeni Malkin slap shot in the second period of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference final on Wednesday night and was clearly injured. After struggling to stand up, and having almost no mobility, he remained on the ice and continued to help kill the remainder of Pittsburgh's power play.
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