In a series full of questionable, intent-to-injure plays, Flyers forward Brayden Schenn just delivered a head shot on TJ Oshie, the same man he fought at the beginning of Game Five.
During a race for a loose puck, Alex Ovechkin and Andrew MacDonald battled for the puck. Oshie gathered it and was charged by Schenn. Schenn raised his arms and hit Oshie in the left side of the head.
Oshie seemed fine for a moment, then he appeared wobbly before nearly falling over in the tunnel.
Here are two replays.
(Launch. The word is launch.)
Oshie did not play the last five minutes of the second period. He returned for the start of the third period.
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