Something very bad happened to Sebastien Courcelles, a hockey player in Quebec's Ligue Nord-Americaine de Hockey. During a recent game, Courcelles had his face slashed open by a skate blade. I'm going to show you a picture of Courcelles's face now, but it is very gruesome and super NSFW.
On his Facebook page, Mark Healey identifies himself as "a professional big wave surfer." He's also a thrill-seeker who dabbles in riding sharks, because avoiding them altogether like the rest of us prefer to do is apparently kind of a bore.
Enjoy your nightmares!
Back in February, Winnipeg Jets defenseman Zach Redmond nearly died when his femoral artery was accidentally cut open by a teammate's skate during practice. Today, Redmond returned to the ice for the first time since undergoing surgery to repair the artery, and he let the media get a peek at the nasty scar that he…
So it turns out that Brian Cashman's skydiving mishap from earlier today probably didn't result in him suffering a compound fracture. That's good, because compound fractures are gross. Cashman did end up with a broken fibula and a dislocated ankle, though, and he just got out of surgery for the latter. Thanks to what…
Yankees GM Brian Cashman went skydiving today in order to help raise awareness for the U.S. Army's Wounded Warriors project. Things were going fine until Cashman's second jump, when he broke his ankle so severely that the bone came bursting through his flesh.
On March 22, 1989, Buffalo Sabres goalie Clint Malarchuk had his neck slashed by an opponent's skate, slicing open his carotid artery and jugular vein, and bringing him within minutes of his own death. (You can watch the video here, at your own risk.) In 2008, Malarchuk, who has a long history of depression, shot…
Click through to see what happened to Isiah Ordiz's femur after he wouldn't tap out of a heel hook from Rousimar Palhares. I cannot stress this enough: this is a Faces of Death-level photo and you will wish you hadn't seen it.
On Saturday, during an off-day practice in Pittsburgh, Alex Ovechkin took a shot on net. It went high, caromed around off the glass, and struck Matt Hendricks directly in the ear. Above is the "after" picture. The graphic photo below shows the damage: an inch-long gash in the cartilage.
The human body was never designed to complete something like the Tour de France, let alone 15 of them. George Hincapie, best known as the longtime wingman/minion of Lance Armstrong, now sports a gnarly leg in the original sense of the word.