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John Kerry Sports Hockey Injuries at Boston Bruins White House Visit
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During the White House visit for the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins on Monday, Senator John Kerry made an impression on the hockey players in attendance. Kerry walked in showing off a broken nose and two black eyes.

Kerry, 68, and the senior Democrat from Massachusetts, suffered the injuries over the holidays while playing in a pickup hockey game. Kerry was hit in the face with a stick during the game.

  
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“He’s totally fine,” Kerry spokeswoman Whitney Smith said. “Very ironically he busted his nose recently playing ice hockey, so the Bruins can certainly relate.”

Kerry is an avid hockey fan and has played the game for quite a few years now, usually in the forward/right wing position. Kerry takes part in the Congressional Hockey Challenge, which is a charity event that takes place between lawmakers and lobbyists. The event raises money, in the thousands, for the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club from Washington D.C. Some might say that Kerry received those black eyes and the broken nose while working in government but he and his spokeswoman claim that the injury occurred during a hockey game. I guess its easy to see his love for hockey since he is from one of the New England states, which boast some of the best collegiate ice hockey teams in the country.

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