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11-05-2010, 06:08 AM
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Originally Posted by FlyHigh View Post
I don't like it simply because it didn't look like the puck wasn't anywhere near the play. You aren't expecting to get hit like that when you don't have the puck.
Johnson or Pietrangelo passed it right in the moment Thornton steps on the ice and it was right by Perron (not sure if he touched it) when Thornton stopped skating and drove in him, that's not even late.

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