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Clint Malarchuk suffered a horrific sporting injury. But PTSD put his life in peril again, decades later
Clint Malarchuk suffered one of the most horrific accidents in NHL history in 1989, when another player's skate severed his jugular vein. But decades later, undiagnosed PTSD from the incident would put his life in peril again.
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