Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/12/06 at 09:29 AM ET
For the longest time Williams looked like a man in the grip of death. He was lying face up on the ice, but he was motionless. His arms didn't move, nor did his legs or even his hands. There was a growing pool of blood beneath his skull, and it was getting larger even in the moments when the trainers first rushed to his aid. For the longest time Williams had the look of death on his face, blood everywhere, eyes motionless and glazing over. You could see the fear freezing on his face. It went on that way for a long time, even as the frantically calm first responders fitted him to a body board and a head immobilizer and carefully lifted him into an ambulance that had backed up to the Zamboni entrance. You could feel it in the silence of the crowd. They didn't know if Williams was alive, dead or dying before their eyes and they were afraid. And you want to tell me that's a part of the game?read on
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