LOOK: Blues’ Vladimir Tarasenko appeared to be very excited to lose a tooth during play

LOOK: Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko appeared to be very excited to lose a tooth during play

That is probably one thing you already know by now, however hockey gamers are a completely different breed. When most individuals lose a tooth on the workplace, it is very upsetting prevalence that may spoil their day, week and even month. When a hockey participant loses a tooth, it is a trigger for pleasure.

At the very least that was the case for St. Louis Blues ahead Vladimir Tarasenko on Wednesday night time. Because the Blues took on the Blackhawks in Chicago, Tarasenko had his certainly one of his two entrance enamel — the vital centerpieces! — despatched flying straight out of his mouth thanks to a excessive stick from Blackhawks ahead Dominik Kahun

Not to fear, although. Tarasenko did not appear overly involved with the lack of his chiclet. In actual fact, he appeared relatively giddy concerning the sacrifice. He scooped the tooth straight up off the ice, introduced it to the bench, and unfold pleasure to everybody with a huge, goofy, incomplete smile.

Simply think about how blissful Tarasenko would have been had a ref on the ice truly known as a penalty on the play! Officers missed the excessive stick, which ought to have resulted in a double-minor. As a substitute, nothing! And but Tarasenko nonetheless smiles. We should always all purpose to be this constructive about life. 

Sadly, his positivity did not actually assist the Blues a lot; they had been shut by the Blackhawks, who picked up their first win in 9 video games. On the brilliant aspect, Tarasenko will get to entertain his tongue with the brand new window in his mouth for the subsequent few days.