How did High School hockey player died? Officials: Connecticut high school hockey player did not fall before fatal accident. St. Luke’s School 10th-grader Teddy Balkind did not fall on the ice before succumbing to an fatal neck injury during a game at Brunswick School in Greenwich last week, according to school and police officials.
How did the hockey player in Connecticut died? The death of a Connecticut high school hockey player after a collision during a game last week was ruled an accident, according to the state’s medical examiner. The Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said Teddy Balkind died of an incised wound of the neck.
What hockey player got his throat cut? The danger of playing hockey without throat protection has been well known for more than 30 years. On March 22, 1989, Buffalo Sabres goalie Clint Malarchuk nearly died when his throat was sliced by a skate, severing his carotid artery and partially cutting his jugular.
How did 10th-grade hockey player died? GREENWICH, CONN — A Connecticut 10th-grade hockey player has died after falling to the ice and being cut on the neck by the skate of another player during a game.