What happened to the hockey player that got his throat cut?

What happened to the hockey player that got his throat cut?

A Connecticut high school hockey player has died after having his throat cut by a fellow player’s skate in a tragic accident during a game between their two private schools on Thursday night. Teddy Balkind, who was in 10th grade, died in the hospital on Thursday night, shortly after the incident during his 5pm game.

Who got their neck sliced in hockey?

High school hockey player Teddy Balkind died after ice skate sliced neck in collision.

Has anyone ever died during a hockey game?

Masterton’s Minnesota teammates, who were playing a game in Boston on the 14th, were informed that he had been removed from life support in the dressing room in what was ultimately a 9–2 loss to the Bruins. He is the only player in NHL history to die as a direct result of an injury suffered on the ice.

Do NHL players wear neck guards?

So it’s not surprising that NHL players don’t wear neck guards, which are made of reinforced material like Kevlar or nylon, foam and Velcro. There are also hockey undershirts that include a neck guard – they look like a turtleneck. There is a concern, he said, that the guard can deflect the skate higher into the neck.

What NHL player died on the bench?

During a game on November 21, 2005, against the Nashville Predators, Fischer collapsed on the bench after going into cardiac arrest. After being unconscious for six minutes, Fischer was resuscitated by CPR and by an automated external defibrillator by Dr.

What does Clint Malarchuk do now?

Now 58, Malarchuk, who lives with his wife, Joanie, on a ranch in Gardnerville, Nev., is part of a growing group of athletes detailing their struggles to maintain their mental and emotional health even as they excel in competition.

Are there any Brits in the NHL?

The only player born in the UK currently playing in the NHL is Nathan Walker of the St. Louis Blues. Joe Hall had also played in the NHA prior to the NHL: he spent eight years playing for the Montreal Shamrocks and the Quebec Bulldogs, and won the Stanley Cup twice with the latter side.