Something strange happened before the start of the Capitals-Blackhawks game Wednesday night.
NBC Sports Washington captured a star player from each team getting hit high by a deflected shot during warmups.
Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane was the first player to feel the wrath of a stray biscuit. Watch as the puck slams into Kane’s jaw causing a ripple effect across his face.
Here’s another look at the impact slowed down and zoomed in.
Many Twitter users were very happy for Kane’s misfortune.
I watched this probably 10 times and it just keeps getting better. https://t.co/6jWNYfDFD7
— Britt, but Thankful (@b_dubs16) November 22, 2018
another thanksgiving blessing 🦃 https://t.co/19BVUYoecO
— d (@devinnnc) November 22, 2018
I know tomorrow is Thanksgiving, but it feels like Christmas came early after watching this. https://t.co/4nS9QsRTeI
— alexa (@notTHATalexa) November 22, 2018
I am never forgetting this moment.
I will look back to this on bad days. https://t.co/jBCRrlV4IO
— zack (@rotkvic) November 22, 2018
“Siri, how do I tattoo this on myself?” https://t.co/XI5WP5eiVx
— kerry (@Kschwenky) November 22, 2018
So that's how the cabbie felt. https://t.co/JMifiWYHHR
— Santa Clawson (@Clawson923) November 22, 2018
Well…Kane definitely didn't consent to this! https://t.co/JR0DmXBr8P
— Tyler Hupka – Lifelong Ottawa REDBLACKS Fan 🔴⚫🏈 (@thupka1982) November 22, 2018
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin also had a run-in with a puck too. One of the Russian machine’s shots deflected off the goal and hit Ovi in the shoulder.
Both players were fine and started the game because they are hockey players.
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