•   
  •   
  •   

Sports Linesman Steve Barton leaves game after injuring knee

18:07  16 april  2018
18:07  16 april  2018 Source:   thescore.com

Jays’ Travis embraces on-again, off-again relationship

  Jays’ Travis embraces on-again, off-again relationship Jays’ Travis embraces on-again, off-again relationshipHot or not, Travis will be rested just about every third game in the early days of this year. The lone exception to that two days on, one day off rule so far came this past week, when Travis played three straight games, against the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday and the Texas Rangers on Friday and Saturday — a streak made possible by Thursday’s off day.

Longtime linseman Steve Barton left Sunday's game between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Washington Capitals after an awkward fall left him with an apparent knee injury : We’ve got a linesman down in Washington pic.twitter.com/p4NZDDJ7LM.

Опубликовано: 16 апр. 2018 г. Linesman Barton , not long after returning to the lines after a concussion, falls awkwardly after appearing He suffered a dislocated knee cap and torn quadriceps. Garrett Rank, normally of referee status, came on as relief liney for the remainder of the game .

a man wearing sunglasses and a hat © Icon Sportswire / Getty It's been a rough few weeks for one NHL official.

Longtime linseman Steve Barton left Sunday's game between the Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets after an awkward fall left him with an apparent knee injury:

A stretcher was brought out to help Barton off the ice, but he was able to get to the locker room with the assistance of players.

Injuries have become far too frequent of an occurrence for Barton, who was hospitalized last month following a collision with Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid.

Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

Flyers’ Sean Couturier reveals he played first round with torn MCL .
Philadelphia Flyers centre Sean Couturier says he was playing with a torn MCL in his right knee that would have kept him out of the lineup during the regular season. Specifically a torn MCL. Won’t need surgery.— Anthony Mingioni (@AnthonyMingioni) April 22, 2018The Pittsburgh Penguins eliminated the Flyers with an 8-5 win in Game 6 on Sunday, with Couturier picking up a hat trick and a point on every Flyer goal in the loss. Couturier told reporters after the game that if it was still the regular season, the injury would have sidelined him for four weeks but no surgery is required.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!