A Calgary Flames participant took a hockey keep on with the face throughout a sport, as video appeared to point out a number of tooth flying out of his mouth.

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James Neal, a ahead, was seen getting whacked within the face throughout the sport towards the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday evening.

Canucks defenseman Alex Biega was seen making an attempt to hit an airborne puck when his stick hit the 31-year-old hockey participant’s face throughout the sport’s third interval.

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Video posted to Twitter confirmed the grisly aftermath. An official collected at the very least two tooth from the ice after the incident.

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Biega was given a four-minute penalty for the high-stick.

The NHL, in keeping with the league rulebook, doesn’t impose particular guidelines designed to guard gamers’ tooth.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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