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November 1, 2000 - Tocchet, Primeau hurt in collision

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Tocchet, Primeau hurt in collision
 
The injured list continues to grow in Philly. Sunday claimed two more victims as Keith Primeau and Rick Tocchet collided with each other in a 1-1 tie against Washington. Primeau's right cheek crashed into Tocchet's left shoulder, and Primeau staggered from the ice in a good deal of pain. On Tuesday, Primeau was sick to his stomach and had headaches, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. There was no immediate diagnosis by the Flyers, though. Tocchet had a badly bruised and swollen ankle that was too puffy for Tocchet to wear his left skate, according to the paper. "This is especially interesting since we did it to ourselves," coach Craig Ramsay told the paper. "We had two people bang into each other." Both players are expected to miss Wednesday's game at New Jersey, but their injuries aren't considered to be very serious.