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Clint Malarchuk Neck Injury Full Video- 1 of 3

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Unedited version from source tape. When the Buick commercial comes on, the people watching at home did not see what was happening on the ice. The three angles here were not shown on the live broadcast. On the angle in which the live broadcast was shown, the camera turned away seconds after the injury. You can see that angle at: 🤍 The third angle is no longer available on my channel but other people copied it and have uploaded to YouTube as their video. That is the angle from behind the net.

Clint Malarchuk

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Viewer discretion is advised for graphic content.

Clint Malarchuk Describes Neck Injury

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Clint Malarchuk on his infamous neck injury. #hockey #clintmalarchuk #nhl

Accident de Clint Malarchuk

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Extrait de l'émission la "science du sport".

Malarchuk incident - Goalies react (1989)

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NHL Goalies react to Clint Malarchuk’s horrific neck injury - Interviews with Bill Ranford and Grant Fuhr CBC Sports Chris Cuthbert - originally aired in March 1989

Doctor Explains TERRIFYING Neck Injury | Clint Malarchuk Throat VS Skate (NHL)

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Clint Malarchuk was an NHL hockey goalie for the Buffalo Sabres. On March 22, 1989 he made history when an opponents skate sliced the right side of his throat leaving him inches away from death. The work of the athletic trainer Jim Pizzutelli (former US army combat medic) saved his life. (Disclaimer, potentially graphic video) Clint had cut through his jugular vein and surrounding tissues and muscles. He was lucky in that the cut missed his internal carotid artery by a few millimetres. Unfortunately Richard Zednik suffered a similar injury in 2008. The effects of this injury really did take a toll on Malarchuk's mental health. He speaks about this is detail at events. I review the footage and go over the anatomy of the structures involved in his injury. Support the Channel: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 I am a resident doctor specializing in sports and exercise medicine. I love all things sports and want to help my fellow sports fans better understand injuries athletes face. I break down injuries so that an average sports fan can better understand the anatomy and biomechanics at play. I then go over the implications of the injury to the athlete and their team long term. I will be putting out videos as injuries happen in professional sports, so if you're interested in this content, please subscribe to my channel. If you have an injury you would like covered, send me a message and I’ll do my best cover it! Follow me on twitter 🤍 As an important disclaimer, I am not offering any medical advice on this channel and the views expressed are that of my own and not my employer. If you have personal medical questions, please seek the care of your physician. The content I reference is under the Fair Use Guidelines. I provide both educational and transformative material to the content for my audience. Sonam

Accident de Clint Malarchuk

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Clint Malarchuk on depression: "I wanted God to take me"

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Former NHL goalie Clink Malarchuk opens up about his own battles with mental illness and why he considers mental anguish worse than any physical injury he has experienced.

Unsencored- Clint Malarchuk Cut By Skate (FULL)

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Unedited version from source tape. When the Buick commercial comes on, the people watching at home did not see what was happening on the ice. The three angles here were not shown on the live broadcast. On the angle in which the live broadcast was shown, the camera turned away seconds after the injury. You can see that angle at: 🤍

Worst NHL Goaltender injury ever! Clint Malarchuk neck cut

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Hello, thanks for watching the video make sure to subscribe! see you on next video Bye!

The Crazy Game | Clint Malarchuk | TEDxCarsonCity

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Former NHL Goalie Clint Malarchuk opens up about his struggles with mental illness, depression, suicide and recovery in this raw and emotional talk. Malarchuk is most notably known for an on-ice accident while tending the goal for the Buffalo Sabres. Clint’s jugular vein was severed by a skate and he almost died on the ice. Following the accident, Clint lived with severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and depression; he later survived a suicide attempt that finally led him to treatment and recovery. Clint’s book The Crazy Game: How I Survived The Crease And Beyond was just the beginning of his Mental Health Advocacy and charity work. Now, Clint speaks around North America on mental health, PTSD, depression, suicide, and his personal struggles with mental illness and how it affects an individual. Clint's 2014 memoir is called The Crazy Game: How I Survived in the Crease and Beyond (Canada Title) or A Matter Of Inches:How I survived in the Crease and Beyond (US Title) Malarchuk, who was born in Grand Prairie, Alberta, played professionally in the NHL for the Quebec Nordiques, the Washington Capitals, and the Buffalo Sabres, and in the IHL for the San Diego Gulls and the Las Vegas Thunder. After leaving the NHL as a player, he served as head coach of the Las Vegas Thunder & the Idaho Steelheads and a goaltending coach for the NHL Florida Panthers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Atlanta Thrashers and Calgary Flames. Malarchuk is most notably known for an on ice accident while tending goal for the Buffalo Sabres. Clint’s jugular vein was severed by a skate and he almost died right on the ice. Living with severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and depression Malarchuk survived a suicide attempt which finally led too treatment and recovery. Clint’s book The Crazy Game: How I Survived The Crease And Beyond was the beginning of his Mental Health Advocacy and charity work. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Clint Malarchuk Accident

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Malarchuk gets throat slit and survives

Clint Malarchuk 1989

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Richard Zednik Gets Throat Cut - Full Incident (Multiview) - WARNING Graphic Images

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On February 10th, 2008 in a game between the Florida Panthers and the Buffalo Sabres, teammate Olli Jokinen, while tripping over the leg of Sabres Clarke MacArthur, cut teammate Richard Zednik's external carotid artery with his right skate blade. Full credit goes to HockeyWebCaster*

Clint Malarchuk opens up about mental illness struggles (Full interview)

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Former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuck is best remembered for a gruesome injury on the ice. But that event triggered a bout of depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and post traumatic stress that turned his life upside down.

The 10 most Scariest Ice Hockey Injuries (UPDATE 2021)

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The 10 most brutal NHL injuries

NHL "Near Death" Moments

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NHL "Near Death" Moments. Hockey is one of the toughest sports in the world, this video proves it. Clint Malarchuk Injury: 🤍

Clint Malarchuk gets throat cut open

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NHL goalie gets his throat cut open

He was Seconds Away from DEATH - The Story of Clint Malarchuk

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In todays video we'll be discussing The Player who almost DIED on the ice. - Welcome to the channel, here I'll be discussing what I love the most, the game of hockey. I'll be talking about all 31 teams along with trying my best to provide quality content. If you're new to the channel please leave a like, comment, and subscribe as it would help me and the channel. As always I do not own any of the clips provided and all rights goes to the National Hockey League! Below are links to my other social media platforms: - Discord Server: - 🤍 - Twitter: - 🤍 - Instagram: - 🤍 - Music Links: - Malicious Kevin MacLeod (incomptech.com ) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Music in background: Dark Choir Music by Mattia Cupelli Music video: 🤍 Music in background: Mysterious Sorrows by Aakash Gandhi 95TurboSol - "Until Dawn" Song ( Dark, Mysterious, Horror ) By: 🤍 Music by M4-Beats: 🤍 🤍 🤍 - Music in background: " End of Time" by Ugonna Onyekwe - #bellletstalk

Introducing Clint Malarchuk

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Clint Malarchuk Opens Up About His Battle With Mental Illness On OTR

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Former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuk, joined by his good friends Steve Ludzik and Rick Dudley, shared his bouts with mental illness and the story about his road to recovery on Off the Record with Michael Landsberg.

Clint Malarchuk Neck Injury WARNING GRAPHIC March 22, 1989

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Possibly the worst accident in hockey history. Please like and subscribe and to read more hockey history visit: thisdayinhockeyhistory.com NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." If you're the copyright holder and would like the video removed, please contact me over my business e-mail, and I will delete it immediately. thisdayinhockeyhistory🤍gmail.com

Clint Malarchuk

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Clint Malarchuk is a Canadian former professional ice hockey goaltender who played in the National Hockey League between 1981 and 1992. He has been a coach for four NHL teams and two minor league teams, most recently the Calgary Flames. He was born in Grande Prairie, Alberta, raised in Edmonton, Alberta, and lives in Alberta and Nevada.

March 1989 news segments on Clint Malarchuk of the Buffalo Sabres and his neck jugular injury

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March 1989 news segments on Clint Malarchuk of the Buffalo Sabres and his neck jugular injury

Clint malarchuk Neck injury but In Lego

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#1989#lego#buffalosabres

Clint Malarchuk Accident - REACTION

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Clint Malarchuk Post Injury Interview

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Clint Malarchuk interview one week after neck injury.

The Incredible Story of Clint Malarchuk

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The story of Clint Malarchuk's horrific accident in 1989. Music not owned by me, Song is Boyce Avenue's Acoustic Cover of Titanium by David Guetta

Don't judge the things that you don't understand | Clint Malarchuk

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Former NHL Goaltender | Mental Health Advocate No job in the world of sports is as intimidating, exhilarating, and as stress-ridden as that of an NHL hockey goaltender. Now imagine doing that job while suffering high anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and depression, and having your career nearly cut short by a skate slicing across your neck. Clint Malarchuk shares his extraordinary and heart-wrenching life story—which includes his long battle with alcoholism and almost ending his life by a gunshot to the head—in his relentless effort to help end the stigma of mental illness and to help others who may suffer as well. Malarchuk, who was born in Grand Prairie, Alberta, and raised in Edmonton, played junior hockey in the Western Hockey League. He went on to play professionally in the NHL for the Quebec Nordiques, the Washington Capitals, and the Buffalo Sabres, and in the IHL for the Las Vegas Thunder. He compiled a career record of 141 wins, 130 losses, 45 ties, 12 shutouts, and an .885 save percentage. After leaving the NHL as a player, he served as head coach of the IHL Las Vegas Thunder and the Idaho Steelheads. He was then a goaltending coach for the NHL Florida Panthers and the Columbus Blue Jackets. He became the goaltending consultant for the Atlanta Thrashers in 2010, going from there to the Calgary Flames, and retiring from the team in 2014. His memoir, The Crazy Game: How I Survived in the Crease and Beyond, was published in 2014. 🤍 This video is brought to you by Speaker's Spotlight - 🤍 - Canada's leading speakers' bureau. Book Clint Malarchuk as a keynote speaker for your next event by contacting: info🤍speakers.ca

Doctor Reacts to NHL WORST Injuries - Part 1

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The Worst Injuries in NHL History and an explanation of the medical side of what happened (part 1)! In this video Doctor Brian Sutterer will be reacting to and explaining some of the worst hockey injuries in NHL history! In part 1 we'll be reviewing injuries to Marc Staal, Connor McDavid, Dan Boyle, Richard Zednik, Steve Moore, and Jiri Fischer! Make sure you're subscribed if you want to see part 2! FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: 🤍 MY MUSIC: 🤍 I'm a doctor and a sports fan and this channel is dedicated to exploring the unique medical side of the world of sports, including NBA, MLB, NFL, UFC, and many more! Breaking down the biggest what ifs, historical injuries and stories, and making learning about medicine fun and relevant for all sports fans! Anatomy images: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: Content not intended to be taken as medical advice. Opinions are my own and do not represent those of my employer. I have not personally treated or evaluated the individual(s) discussed in this video. Content used with educational and transformative intent within Fair Use Guidelines Content owned and produced by Brian Sutterer LLC 2021

Top 5 NHL Injuries (BEWARE)

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Top 5 NHL Injuries Intro: Sahbabii- pull up wit ah stick

Mental illness is a real hard thing to understand | Clint Malarchuk

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🤍 Book Clint Malarchuk as a keynote speaker for your next event by contacting: info🤍speakers.ca No job in the world of sports is as intimidating, exhilarating, and as stress-ridden as that of an NHL hockey goaltender. Now imagine doing that job while suffering high anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and depression, and having your career nearly cut short by a skate slicing across your neck. Clint Malarchuk shares his extraordinary and heart-wrenching life story—which includes his long battle with alcoholism and almost ending his life by a gunshot to the head—in his relentless effort to help end the stigma of mental illness and to help others who may suffer as well. Malarchuk, who was born in Grand Prairie, Alberta, and raised in Edmonton, played junior hockey in the Western Hockey League. He went on to play professionally in the NHL for the Quebec Nordiques, the Washington Capitals, and the Buffalo Sabres, and in the IHL for the Las Vegas Thunder. He compiled a career record of 141 wins, 130 losses, 45 ties, 12 shutouts, and an .885 save percentage. After leaving the NHL as a player, he served as head coach of the IHL Las Vegas Thunder and the Idaho Steelheads. He was then a goaltending coach for the NHL Florida Panthers and the Columbus Blue Jackets. He became the goaltending consultant for the Atlanta Thrashers in 2010, going from there to the Calgary Flames, and retiring from the team in 2014. His memoir, The Crazy Game: How I Survived in the Crease and Beyond, was published in 2014.

Clint Malarchuk on "The Crazy Game"

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Clint Malarchuk joins Jian to talk about his battle with depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism. He opens up about his wife Joanie, who was with him when he shot himself in the head, how he continues to deal with mental illness today, and whether he thinks the stigma around it is changing. Subscribe: 🤍 Q's Homepage: 🤍 Q on Twitter: 🤍 Q on Facebook: 🤍 Q is a magazine show that’s unpredictable in the best sense - proud to be “a wild mix of culture by way of Canada” as described by the New York Times. The Globe & Mail noted the show’s “raging popularity across a variety of platforms podcasts, television, websites, satellite radio, terrestrial radio, and occasional live remote broadcasts."

Clint Malarchuk Injury (Not for the faint hearted!)

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During a game on March 22, 1989, between the visiting St. Louis Blues and Malarchuk's Buffalo Sabres, Steve Tuttle of the Blues and Uwe Krupp of the Sabres became entangled while chasing the puck and crashed into Malarchuk's goal. Tuttle's skate caught Malarchuk on the neck, severing his jugular vein. With blood spurting from Malarchuk's throat onto the ice, he was able to leave the ice on his own feet with the assistance of his team's athletic trainer, Jim Pizzutelli. Many spectators were physically sickened by the sight. 11 fans fainted, 2 more suffered heart attacks and 3 players vomited on the ice. Local television cameras covering the game cut away from the sight of Malarchuk bleeding after noticing what had happened. Malarchuk, meanwhile, believed he was going to die. "All I wanted to do was get off the ice", said Malarchuk. "My mother was watching the game on TV, and I didn't want her to see me die." Aware that his mother had been watching the game on TV, he had an equipment manager call and tell her he loved her. Then he asked for a priest. Malarchuk's life was saved by the team's trainer, Jim Pizzutelli, a former Army medic who had served in Vietnam. He reached into Malarchuk's neck and pinched off the bleeding, not letting go until doctors arrived to begin suturing the wound. Still, Malarchuk came within minutes of becoming only the third fatality to result from an on-ice injury in NHL history after Howie Morenz (1937) and Bill Masterton (1968). It was estimated that if the skate had hit 1/8 inch (3 mm) higher on Malarchuk's carotid, he would have been dead within two minutes. It took doctors a total of 300 stitches to close the wound. It was also said that had the incident occurred at the other end of the ice, Malarchuk would have died - the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium had the locker room exits at one end of the ice instead of the location behind the benches, and he was at that end. Malarchuk's performance declined over the next few years, until he decided to leave the NHL. After this, he struggled with obsessive-compulsive disorder (as he had since a young age), as well as nightmares and alcoholism, but he eventually returned to hockey, in the International Hockey League. After retiring as a player, Malarchuk continued his hockey career as a coach.

clint malarchuk hockey neck slice!

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wow. um yep this must have sucked. He's doing okay now.. 300 stitches!! ps.this is like 18 yrs ago

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