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Sport Professional hockey player hospitalized after getting knocked out in on-ice fight

01:50  27 february  2020
01:50  27 february  2020 Source:   cbssports.com

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A player for the Hershey Bears, an American Hockey League affiliate for the Washington Capitals, was hospitalized on Tuesday after he was knocked out during an on - ice fight . Shortly after Kessy was attended to and brought off the ice, which took about 10 minutes, the official Hershey Bears account

Hershey Bears player Kale Kessy is alert and stable following a scary hit during an in-game fight on Tuesday Kessy told his teammates “go win the game” before leaving the ice , the Bears said. Bears player just took most vicious hockey punch I've ever seen during a fight and was knocked out on

A player for the Hershey Bears, an American Hockey League affiliate for the Washington Capitals, was hospitalized on Tuesday after he was knocked out during an on-ice fight. The fight happened in the second period when Bears center Kale Kessy dropped gloves against Derek Sheppard, a defenseman for the Charlotte Checkers, the AHL affiliate for the Carolina Hurricanes.

After the two briefly circled one another in the middle of the ice, Sheppard caught Kessy with a hard right hand, and the Hershey player appeared to go limp before hitting the ground. The Checkers defenseman is then seen waving to the bench for medical attention, alongside the officials who were doing the same.

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" After initially losing consciousness on the ice , Patrice has regained consciousness and has been taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, where he is undergoing a series of The center absorbed the heavy hit directly to his back, hit the glass face-first and went straight down to the ice on his back.

A Canadian junior hockey player was arrested on the ice after allegedly spitting into a referee’s face and then fighting him. Olivier Marcotte, 21, of the Junior AA Sherbrooke Hockey -Experts in Quebec got into an altercation with one of the linesman after allegedly spitting in his face, CBC News reports.

Shortly after Kessy was attended to and brought off the ice, which took about 10 minutes, the official Hershey Bears account reported that the player was awake, stable and able to give a parting message to his team as he was taken to the hospital.

Bears coach Spencer Carbery then added to the positive news after the game, telling reporters that Kessy was doing "better" and that the CT scans the player underwent did not have anything concerning results. The Bears went on to defeat the Checkers with a 6-1 victory at home.

Trocheck scores in OT, lifts Hurricanes over Islanders 3-2 .
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