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11-29-2009, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Fitzy View Post
Thats fairly predictable. They were fairly similar in context action and intent, its just that the ultimate result was vastly different. In Fedotenkos case he was ok, Steve Moore was never the same.

Still another play from Avery that had me shaking my head. Brashear and Callahan had the right idea.
Bertuzzi trailed Moore from behind, grabbed a hold of his jersey and sucker punched him, then tackled him head-first to the ice.

Avery caught Fedotenko from behind but then spinned him around to face him so they can fight. Not a smart act but vastly different from what Bertuzzi did to Moore.

Micheletti tended to overexaggerate a bit as well, "I don't agree with Avery jumping on anyone's back." There was no "jumping" of any kind going on.

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