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Follow Me on TwitterRob Soria is the Edmonton Oilers' correspondent for OurHometown.ca. Rob was born and raised in Edmonton and is the author of the Edmonton Oilers blog - OilDrop.ca. He has been a dedicated follower of the game and its history for years but his focus remains on his hometown Edmonton Oilers. If you have questions or wish to contact Rob, you can email him at rsoria@ourhometown.ca
Oilers star Taylor Hall cut badly in pre-game warm up
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Oilers star Taylor Hall cut badly in pre-game warm up
Edmonton Oilers star winger Taylor Hall was badly cut in a freak accident during the pre-game warm up for tonight’s game in Columbus. Hall inadvertently stepped on a puck during warm up drills and promptly fell to the ice and collided with teammate Ladisalv Smid.
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Edmonton - January 17, 2012 - Edmonton Oilers star winger Taylor Hall was badly cut in a freak accident during the pre-game warm up for tonight’s game in Columbus. Hall inadvertently stepped on a puck during warm up drills and promptly fell to the ice and collided with teammate Ladisalv Smid.

The collision knocked Smid to the ice and on top of Hall. As the two slid towards the side boards, they ran into defenceman Corey Potter. As Potter tried to avoid his teammates, his skate blade came up off the ice and accidently clipped Hall near the eye area. The former first overall selection was quickly rushed from the ice and was obviously absent from the Oilers starting lineup.


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