Thread: Post-Game Talk: The Carcillo-Fedotenko incident
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11-05-2010, 04:55 PM
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Left his feet and hit Fedotenko in the head and it's questionable whether Fedotenko saw it coming at all. A dangerous play and Carcillo is known for making them. I guess they might wait until he really does hurt someone before they suspend him. I really was amazed that Timonen got away with throwing Callahan head first into the boards and moments later Staal got a boarding penalty for a hit on Zherdev that was nowhere near as dangerous. It was badly officiated last night and one sided as well--and I'm not sure the Flyers really needed the extra help. They got it anyway.

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