In an excerpt from his book "A Matter of Inches: How I Survived in the Crease and Beyond," former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuk recalls the frightening on-ice injury that could have ended his life.
On the burden a player carries after his ordinary actions cause an unforgettable injury.
Our latest film, from award-winning director Steven Cantor, on Clint Malarchuk's long recovery from the gruesome NHL injury that almost took his life.
Clint Malarchuk was the "Cowboy Goalie," infamous for one of the most gruesome injuries in the history of sports. "Cutthroat," details his remarkable physical, emotional and mental recovery....
An investigation into the shooting of former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuk concluded it was "accidental under suspicious circumstances."
Clint Malarchuk, the former NHL goalie best known for having his jugular vein slashed by a skate in a 1989 game with Buffalo, is recovering after accidentally shooting himself in the chin with a rifle.
After watching Richard Zednik's accident on Sunday night, Clint Malarchuk's own nightmare came back to haunt him.
After years of being labeled as the best young goaltender, Roberto Luongo is focusing on being simply the best.