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a326485f67 A visiting photographer once had his camera flash stolen by Clint Malarchuk's emus.. He then went on to play professionally in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Quebec Nordiques, Washington Capitals, and Buffalo Sabres, and in the International Hockey League (IHL) for the San Diego Gulls and Las Vegas Thunder. He also survived the potentially fatal incident. He was born in Grande Prairie, Alberta, raised in Edmonton, Alberta, and lives in Alberta and Nevada.. Sports.espn.go.com. 2008-02-12. In the United States the book was published with the title "A Matter of InchesHow I Survived In The Crease And Beyond". The book appeared on the Toronto Star bestsellers list through January 2015. and was made into a documentary film.. 10 08 - Panthers at Sabres Zednik Cut By Skate - FULL - Feb. His jersey number was retired by the Thunder and hangs from the rafters of the Thomas & Mack Center. He was taken to hospital but could not be saved, doctors said.
"All I wanted to do was get off the ice", said Malarchuk. It shows clips of Zednik's injury plus interviews from Olli Jokinen, Bryan Allen, Jacques Martin, Clarke MacArthur, and . ^ Almost 2 decades later, Clint Malarchuk still haunted by his own gory injury, Associated Press, Feb. The teammate's legs went up and his skate hit Akerblom's throat, cutting a main artery. His nickname in hockey was "the Cowboy Goalie" because he was active in the Calgary, Alberta-area rodeo scene during the hockey off-season. Archived from the original on 2010-08-23. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 2010-08-19. Login / Sign up Login with Facebook Logging you in. He has been a coach for four NHL teams and two minor league teams, most recently the Calgary Flames.