Newark, New Jersey, New Jersey defense Mirco Mueller had a whole bunch of moves and was consciously caught taking ice off after the pumpkin's Devils, after a wicked downfall on Wednesday night.
Devils coach John Hynes said Mueller's game was sitting in the changing rooms and he knew what he was to go to in an assessment hospital.
"Thank God, it's okay," said Hynes after losing Devils 2-1. "He is very conscious and all his extremities are moving well."
Mueller went to the first at the bars, at an angle on the summit, after hurrying to the Flames net. Before Calgary Michael Frolik fell on himself.
The doctor immediately called them to get out of the ice. The play was delayed for 10 minutes, while 23-year-old Swedish players and coaches participated.
"You see the boy wearing ice all the time, but I never liked it and it was new to me and I did not really like it," said Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood. "You try to focus again, but in the back of your mind your teammate expects you to be successful."
Frolik said he worried about the worst thing, said Mueller until he had created the thumbs on the ice wheel.
"When it happened I thought:" My God, that will be very bad, "said Frolik." I fell right and I saw myself first. It's tough, but when it's put, it's usually a good sign. "
Flames goaltender came near David Rittich and was afraid of him.
"I do not even want to talk about it, when I saw my eyes, my mouth was open and the blood came out," he said. "There was not a lot of feeling. Fortunately, it will be better and better in a short time. I do not want to imagine."
From the Devils, Blake Coleman said that he had not heard the Pruden Center so quietly.
"You can see that on the face, in Calgary, they really looked after it," Coleman said. "No one wants to go down one player, I've never played a part of the game."
Mueller has scored one goal and nine supporters this season.