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Published on Oct 12, 2011
I apologize for the quality of the video, as this is the only other copy out on the web. On April 17, 1998, Jesse Boulerice of the Plymouth Whalers swung his stick at Andrew Long of the Guelph Storm. Boulerice was suspended for 1 year in the OHL and was also suspended for the first month of his first season in the AHL. Long was knocked unconscious, suffered a seizure, a Grade 3 concussion, a brain contusion, multiple facial fractures and two black eyes. He needed 20 stitches, had a crushed nasal cavity and was left with a blood spot on his brain. He was on the ice unconscious, convulsing and choking on his own blood.