Mark Stone Played Through An Awful Injury In Stanley Cup Finals

Published August 16, 2023 at 9:50

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are a brutal time for NHL players. Players have been confirmed to play through gruesome injuries in the pursuit of a Stanley Cup championship. Added to the list is Golden Knights captain Mark Stone who revealed a nasty injury he suffered during the recent playoffs.

Stone Joins Pat McAfee Show

Mark Stone joined the Pat McAfee show after winning the Stanley Cup to talk about their playoff run and his part in it. During the interview, it was revealed that Stone broke his wrist during the first period of game 5. This was Stone's second time on the show since winning the cup but the first time he mentioned the injury saying it didn't feel important at the time.

Stone Comes Through In Spite Of Injury


During the same game where Stone broke his wrist, he would come back after receiving treatment from the trainers. He would then score a hat trick and clinch the cup for his team. He also said that all of the pain went away when lifting the cup and wasn't noticeable.

Stone is the first player to score a hat trick in the clinching game of a Stanley Cup Final in the last 100 years.

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