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Hockey Player Pulls Own Tooth Out

It takes a certain type of person to play professional hockey. One that is willing to start a fight just to give his team a spark.

The kind of guy that just pulls his own tooth out like he was picking an apple off a tree.

Forget the fact that there is a high-speed collision every 15 seconds or less. Hockey players are tough dudes.

Pascal Dupuis of the Pittsburgh Penguins not only takes a teammate’s hockey stick to the face in this video, but waits for a line change to remove the injured tooth. After the tooth is extracted, he hands it to his trainer and hops back out on the ice without missing a beat.

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