Robyn Regehr suffered a second broken nose in the playoffs when a wayward stick conked him on the bridge of his beak in Game 5 The Kings’ veteran defenseman shrugged off his latest injury. After all, he’s lost track of how many times it’s been broken.
“Just putting my nose in all the wrong spots, I guess,” he said when asked the Kings’ morning skate Friday about his nose and the physical play in the series. “No, it just feels the same as before. A little more hook to it, that’s all. … It’s been great playoff hockey. It’s been physical. It’s tight checking. Very tight games. All the games have been one goal. A couple of overtime games. That’s what playoff hockey is all about.”