Watch closely, and you'll be able to see the price he had to pay to put his team ahead by one. A high stick to the mouth damaged his tooth, and it fell out onto the ice in the middle of his goal celebration. Luckily, his teammates were there to help him find it:
THIS is playoff hockey folks. This is the third lost tooth we know about in this series alone. Both goalies, Carey Price and Craig Anderson, have also had dental issues in this hard-hitting, penalty-filled first round matchup.
Who needs teeth, anyways?