Rasmus Sandin Exits World Championship Game After Knee-To-Knee Collision
Washington Capitals defenseman Rasmus Sandin left Tuesday’s Sweden/USA World Championship matchup after an apparent knee-to-knee collision.
Sandin collided with American forward Michael Eyssimont. Eyssimont received a game misconduct and was ejected.
Rasmus Sandin is in a lot of pain and has left the game after Michael Eyssimont got him in the knee. #IIHFworlds pic.twitter.com/B0upxvDpSM
— Steven Ellis (@SEllisHockey) May 23, 2023
Things you hate to see: Rasmus Sandin hobbled to the Swedish dressing room grabbing at his left leg during the IIHF World Hockey Championship. Team USA's Mikey Eyssimont assessed a five-minute kneeing penalty and game misconduct on the hit.
— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) May 23, 2023
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