OHL game canceled after goalie suffers gruesome injury
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Thursday's OHL game between the Niagara IceDogs and London Knights was canceled after Niagara goaltender Tucker Tynan was severely cut by a skate blade early in the second period.

Tynan bled profusely after a collision with a Knights player in the crease. He was immediately attended to by trainers and paramedics before eventually being stretchered off the ice.

The game was postponed due to the severity of the injury. Tynan is in stable condition after undergoing successful surgery, the IceDogs announced.

The 17-year-old from Chicago was playing in his 24th game of the season.

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