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Concerning Facemasks in Hockey I can see a little bit but I dont see really Its not a big help for me I just have to wait until it comes back said Mattias Ohlund defensemen for the Vancouver Canucks Right now Ohlund has limited vision it comes and goes He held his hand six inches from his face and he couldnt see it He was struck in the eye with a puck in a preseason game way back in September he still is unable to see some things The injury occurred when an opposing player shot it and it hit the stick of one of Ohlunds own players and ricocheted and hit Ohlund right in the eye He was considered the best all-around defensemen for the Canucks He was expected to only miss 10-14 days but ended up missing the whole season NHL officials said that if he were wearing an eye-shield or facemask he would still be playing right now for his team continuing his career He was asked if he were able to play again would he use a visor or a facemask He answered I dont know yet Im sure my mom will make me though Another incident was with Toronto Maple Leaf Bryan Berard who was struck in the eye by the stick of the Ottawa Senator Marian Hossa Hossa was following through on a slap shot It is unlikely that Berard will lose his eye Berard has to get the blood removed from the eye and they have to see exactly how damaged the retina is The eye cavity is filled with blood He will need exploratory surgery As ultrasound shows he has numerous other injuries to his eye Dr Rob Devenyi told ESPN that it is unclear on when he will return if he can still play The blow of Hossas stick caused a significant cut in the eye--nearly on inch He can only see the
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