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Bruins practice gets 'chippy'

Piece of ice hits Thomas in eye

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell
Globe Staff / October 24, 2006

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National Hockey League goaltenders face numerous perils every day. For example, they get hit with pucks constantly -- even more in practice than in games. They get whacked with sticks, they wind up with players on top of them, and there is always the danger of getting cut by a skate. (Full article: 793 words)

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