Seeing their all world two-time Stanley Cup winning captain's neck bend in an awkward position is probably not the way Chicago Blackhawks fans would have liked to have spent their Thursday night. Alas, NFL Limited Tank Top Jersey that is what happened to Jonathan Toews who was slammed hard into the boards by Bruins punishing defenseman Adidas Springblade Drive 4.0 Shoes Dennis Seidenberg at TD Garden. The attached photo is from Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period who seemed to get it with a screen capture. Looks pretty ugly. Toews wholesale jerseys shop was slow to get up and stayed in the game, but eventually left. Notes Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times: "He skated toward the bench during the break in action, but stayed on the ice for NFL Jerseys the ensuing 5-on-3 power play, during which he took jerseys store a hooking penalty. He played a three-second shift after that before leaving the game." “Or he just plays to his strength. I wasn’t happy. I looked at it, and it could be arguable, but from my end of it I think it’s what it is. Our guys need Men's Stitched NFL Limited Tank Top Jersey to finish their checks and sure, you’ve got to be careful, but I’m sure he knew that [Seidenberg] was coming.” In the same story, Seidenberg said he never wanted to see a player fo into the boards in such a way, and “I would never want to hurt a guy." Judging by the video, it looked like Seidenberg drove him hard into the boards all the way, without Toews turning at the last second, but it's still tough to be 100 percent sure. They looked to be shoulder-on-shoulder, but it's hard to know exactly how it completely unfolded on ice level. So much stuff to digest here, between Seidenberg's hit and whether supplemental discipline will be involved, why Toews stayed in the the game, how long will the Blackhawks captain be out... and the story is still unfolding.