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Sport Jimmy Vesey’s Nasty Injury Made Even Breathing Painful

03:00  15 november  2017
03:00  15 november  2017 Source:   si.com

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Rangers winger Jimmy Vesey lost his two front teeth in Saturday’ s win over the Oilers. Well, he didn’t really lose them—he found them later embedded in his lower lip. “I guess the nerve was exposed and when I was breathing , just air hitting the nerve was really sensitive and painful .”

Rangers winger Jimmy Vesey lost his two front teeth in Saturday’ s win over the Oilers. Well, he didn’t really lose them—he found them later embedded in his lower lip. Friday was a familiar evening . Lundqvist again made 40 saves but the Rangers lost to the Blue Jackets, 2-0.

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Rangers winger Jimmy Vesey lost his two front teeth in Saturday’s win over the Oilers. Well, he didn’t really lose them—he found them later embedded in his lower lip.

The injury, which was the result of a skate to the face from Zack Kassian, didn’t knock him out of the game, though. He got all the blood cleaned up and ended up playing the third period with the teeth still lodged in his face.

That’s not even the worst of it. As Vesey explained after returning to practice on Monday—following “a couple root canals” on Sunday—even drawing breath hurt.

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Jimmy Vesey ’ s nasty injury made even breathing painful . I’m looking forward to seeing what differences Idaho dentists can make .” Dr. Brittney Penberthy practices at North West Endodontics in Coeur d’Alene.

Jimmy Vesey ’ s Nasty Injury Made Even Breathing Painful . Rangers winger Jimmy Vesey lost his two front teeth in Saturday’s win over the Oilers. Well, he didn’t really lose them—he found them later embedded in his lower lip.

“I knew right away my teeth were gone,” Vesey said, according to the New York Post. “I guess the nerve was exposed and when I was breathing, just air hitting the nerve was really sensitive and painful.”

Vesey also seemed somewhat surprised to discover that the teeth were right under his nose the whole time

“I knew I was getting some sort of stitches when I was leaving,” Vesey said. “They had to remove my teeth, I didn’t know what the deal was going to be, but once we got in there, the thing that delayed it a little bit was the X-rays. Luckily enough they saw my teeth were in my lip.”

Despite the dental nightmare, Vesey is expected to be in the lineup when the Rangers are back in action on Wednesday against the Blackhawks.

Jimmy Vesey lifts Rangers past Canucks in SO, 4-3 .
The Rangers didn't lead at any point until the seventh round of the shootout. The still managed to earn their fourth straight victory. 2 Bank Accounts That Pay 100x What Your Bank Pays Learn More Sponsored by MyFinance Jimmy Vesey scored the tying goal early in the third period and added the winner in the seventh round of a shootout to give New York a 4-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday."We have to feel good about what we've been doing here the past four weeks," Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist said after his 417th career NHL victory.

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