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During the Blackhawks 4-2 win over the Sharks on Sunday -- which put Chicago in the Stanley Cup finals-- defenseman Duncan Keith lost seven teeth when he was hit by a puck. Amazingly, Keith only missed seven minutes of action before returning to the ice. And then after the game, he explained why losing all those choppers wasn't exactly a bad thing. (Thanks to Tony Fioretti, of Chicago, for the tip.)
Keith's (Lack Of) Teeth
Duncan Keith:: AP
There has been a lot talk in Hot Clicks this MLB season about baseball player at-bat music. I think Mets outfielder Chris Carter has ended any discussion about which player uses the best song. I was at Citi Field Friday night for the Yankees-Mets game, and this was the song that blared through the stadium as Carter came to the plate.
Carter Gets A+ For Creativity
Ben's Biz Blog shares a pair of must-see tattoos, one on the stomach of A's perfect-game pitcher, Dallas Braden and one on a fan who loves his video games.
A couple of weeks ago, Hot Clicks posted a link to a the U.S. Men's National Team 2010 World Cup jersey photo gallery. The woman showing off the uniform was model Danielle Fornarelli, who gets today's LLOD honors.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Danielle Fornarelli :: Ethan Miller/Getty Images
News came down last week that Chris Berman is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Guyism.com looks at 10 other people from the world of sports who deserve the same honor.
Dennis Rodman was on the cover of Sports Illustrated 15 years ago this week.
SI Vault Photo Of The Day
This clip of Jerry Seinfeld on David Letterman's show in 1983 just hit YouTube last week and has only 150 views. Enjoy.
Classic Video Of The Day
Marco, of Port Chester, N.Y., says, "Jimmy, if this video hasn't been in Hot Clicks, you should post it now. It's really shows how dumb it is to honk a car horn."
Onion Video Of The Day
Here are alternate endings via Jimmy Kimmel.
Last Lost Video Of The Day Ever