It's also now a little lighter than it was before his game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night, after a chunk of it was ripped out during a fight.
You can sort of see Thornton's beard getting pulled during the fight, but when the two hit the ice and the officials come in to shake the players loose from one another it's clear that thing unusual happened during the fight.
On the bright side, Thornton appeared to be in good spirits after the game, posing for a photo showing off his "on-ice beard trim". "We played a really good game and stuck with it".
Matthews scored on the first shootout attempt, and Kevin Labanc kept the tiebreaker going by scoring in the bottom of the third round.
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Thornton ands Kadri exchanged words in the faceoff circle prior to the opening draw, prompting the Sharks alternate captain to drop the gloves and challenge the Maple Leafs shutdown center to a fight. "I felt like he just came across with a slash, I gave him one and he gave me one back". "I had no idea how I ended up with beard".
What if I told you that having a beard has the occasional drawback when playing the game of hockey?
Tierney tied it with 1:42 left in the period. I mean he's a big boy.
Brenden Dillon tied the game less than 32 seconds later, pouncing on a loose puck after Matt Martin blocked a Brent Burns shot and firing it into the top-right corner as he was streaking down the left wing.
Toronto snapped a three-game losing streak and a 10-game slid (0-8-2) against the Sharks. It was his first since November 30, a drought of 12 games.