'Tis but a flesh wound.
Klein had the chunk of his ear stitched back on and was back out on the ice in the second period and eventually scored the game-winning goal in overtime, leading his team to a 4-3 win.
“I don’t know if anyone saw his ear there, but he lost a piece of it and they sewed it back,” coach Alain Vigneault told the New York Post. “Say what you want about hockey players, but they’re tough SOBs.”
As a bonus, it looks like Klein's ear will be OK. On Tuesday morning, he tweeted the following image: