Friday, February 7
(St. Paul, MN) -- The man at the helm of the men's U.S. Olympic hockey team is in Regions Hospital in St. Paul after getting hit in the head with a puck at the Xcel Energy Center. David Poile is the general manager of both the Olympic team and the NHL's Nashville Predators and was injured watching the Predator's pregame skate yesterday. He suffered a fractured orbital bone when the puck hit him above an eye. The Minnesota Wild beat the Predators last night in overtime, 3-2.