Marc Staal of the New York Rangers took a slap shot directly in the face Tuesday night. Seconds after a face-off, Staal had no time to react when a Kimmo Timonen shot was deflected and hit him directly in the right eye. Staal was not wearing a visor on his helmet which quickly became a hot topic. Visors are currently a “personal choice” for professional hockey players. You may recall that helmets were also option at one time. Someone needs to explain to hockey players that they aren’t pussies if they try to protect themselves while they skate around on broken bones with some teeth missing.
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Plus, pitchers are going to try to get Tim Tebow out during his workout.
Blast from the past.
He’s a blur.
Kickers have feelings.
The Yankees have offered to pay for Dwight Gooden to go to rehab should he need it.
The Texas Rangers have released Josh Hamilton.
The Cleveland Browns need to trade Josh Gordon while they still can.
Josh Norman touched on a number of topics in Kevin van Valkenberg’s ESPN the Magazine profile. The cornerback who (…)