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  1. cjbhab*

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    Which NHL player had the most stiches in his career?

    Name him, the amount of stiches and where he was born.

    we'll see how smart you guys are.
     
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    Dave "Hammer" Schultz
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    wtf. thats not true.
     
  4. Bring Back Bucky

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    Great job man! Eddie Shore is correct, 978 stiches from Fort Qu'appelle,Sask.

    Isn't that intense. old time hockey.
     
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    How about Börje Salming?
     
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    Mike Bossy always reminded me of Frankenstein, so I bet he's hiding a lot of stitches too
     
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    Nice analogy.. couldn't agree more, he was one frankensteinish looking dude. Super trigger, though.
     
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