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02-15-2011, 12:02 AM
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KDizzle
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Originally Posted by VanEric View Post
Yes because they always try to make a play instead of chipping it off the glass.
But...
Edler - injured dishing out a hit
Ballard - taken down in the corner after he had cycled the puck behind him
Hamhuis - hit from the side after he had cycled the puck behind the net
Alberts - broken wrist following blocked shot
Sweatt - broken foot following blocked shot in practice

I don't really see how these injuries happened because of our D's propensity to hold on to the puck a little bit longer.


Unless that was sarcasm and I completely missed it.

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