Bruins goalie Johnson takes stick to face, bleeds, wins game
A little blood wasn't about to prevent Boston's Chad Johnson from backstopping his team to a 4-2 victory over the Dallas Stars. He's a hockey player, after all.
Bruins captain Zdeno Chara checks in on Chad Johnson after the goalie was cut by an errant stick.
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By Mike Cole, NESN
It's not often that NHL goalies get to prove to the sporting world that, just like their teammates, hockey players are the toughest athletes out there.
Boston Bruins netminder Chad Johnson (unfortunately?) got that opportunity Thursday night in Dallas when he took a stick to the face in the second period against the Stars. The errant blade appeared to sneak in between the bars of Johnson's cage, causing blood to run from his left lid.