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Braydon Coburn's swollen and battered face looked much worse than the young Philadelphia Flyers defenseman said it felt.
Just two days after a deflected puck caught him near his left eye, Coburn sat in front of reporters and television cameras Tuesday morning to discuss his status and what happened in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The eye was still swollen shut, forcing him to the sideline at least for Tuesday night's home game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.