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Hockey is a gritty sport, but that grit isn’t just required of players — press, too. Rangers rink-side reporter John Giannone learned that the hard way Thursday night during the waning moments of the second period of the Rangers’ 4-1 victory over the Islanders. Take a look.
Oh no! Roy Hibbert stained his pristine white home jersey with a splotch of blood! What’s a guy to do? Without any Tide To Go, Hibbert looked around, just to make sure no one was watching, and adjusted his shorts as to cover the mishap. Is it me, or does Hibbert look exactly like someone trying to pick their nose in public?
The Old English “D” that serves as the Detroit Tigers’ logo is so recognizable that many Tigers fans have had it tattooed on them. Some just have a plain “D,” while others have gone more all-out. But no one else has gone this all out. At least, we hope not. If you do not like blood, do not click through.
Remember how awesome Michael Jordan seemed for playing with the flu? That was child’s play compared to what Leo Ponzio of the River Plate soccer club put himself through. This man’s reaction says it all. Not for the squeamish, or those who don’t like seeing somebody bleed out of their anus and into their shorts. But if you are that type, there’s video after the jump.
Last night, Nashville Predators right wing Jordin Tootoo was on the wrong end of a high stick from Calgary Flames defenseman Scott Hannan…well, looking at it, we’re not sure whether it was more of a high stick or a high glove. Either way, it caught Tootoo right in the face…and left a mark.
Boxer Jorge Linares couldn’t come out with a win against Antonio DeMarco last night, but no one can tell him he didn’t give the fight every last bit he had…including a whole lot of blood. Bigger photo after the jump.
Roberto Nelson is a key piece of Oregon State basketball’s future…but fragile backboards don’t care about such things.