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Former NHL player Wojtek Wolski in intensive care after collision in KHL game

Wolski fractured two vertebrae and suffered a concussion. Former NHL player Wojtek Wolski is currently in intensive care after a scary collision in a KHL game on Thursday. Wolski, currently a winger for Metallurg Magnitogorsk, was chasing a loose puck towards the boards when he got tangled up with Barys player Vladimir Markelov. Both players went sliding into the boards, and Wolski certainly got the worst of the injuries.
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