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Jets Star Defender Leaves Game Bloodied After Scary Incident

Published December 19, 2023 at 10:09

During the Jets game last night, this star defender was forced to leave the game bloodied after a scary incident that saw him take a puck to the face.

Morrissey Takes Puck To Face and Forced to Leave Game Bloodied

The NHL is a tough league to play in and requires players to put their bodies on the line every night, and that was no exception last night for Winnipeg Jets' defender Josh Morrissey.

During the game last night, Morrissey took a shot from Nick Suzuki directly to the face, leaving him bloodied and forced to leave the game.

Josh Morrissey takes a Nick Suzuki shot right to the face and heads to the locker room

The gruesome injury left a lot of blood on the ice, however, Morrissey was able to return to play after some serious repairs in the locker room.

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Josh Morrissey is back on the ice after some serious medical attention after taking a puck to the face.

Jets Fall in Overtime to the Canadiens

While Morrisey and the Jets were able to battle in the third period to score the game-tying goal against the Canadiens last night, they ultimately fell short in overtime, losing the game 3-2 after Justin Barron scored the winner in OT on a powerplay.

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