Ouch that’s got to hurt: the freakiest injuries in sports history

[post_page_title]Jose Theodore can’t handle the ice[/post_page_title]
It’s normal for a hockey player to slip on ice considering their game is played on ice and they take each other down constantly. So when a headline reading Jose Theodore slips on ice makes news, you have to know it’s a special story. The then-Montreal Canadiens goalie slipped on ice outside of his house, straining his Achilles tendon. You’d think someone who spends so much time on ice would be able to balance on it, even without his skates.

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