George Parros injury: CT scan negative, no bone fractures from fight

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George Parros sustained a concussion and underwent further evaluation on Tuesday night.

Montreal Canadiens forward George Parros didn't sustain any bone fractures in relation to the gruesome fall that occurred during his fight with Toronto Maple Leafs forward Colton Orraccording to Renaud Lavoie.

Parros was diagnosed with a concussion and underwent a CT scan on Tuesday night and, luckily, the results came back negative. The injury occurred when Parros fell to the ice while fighting Orr in the third period of the Maple Leafs' 4-3 victory. Parros was pulled down by Orr and hit the ice with his chin first.


Parros was carted off the ice on a stretcher and was immediately taken to a local hospital. He was able to use his twitter account later in the night to thank his followers for their concern:

The full extent of his injury still remains unclear.

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