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03-09-2011, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by AD View Post
You don't see how an in-play act (although punishable by penalty) with impossible to determine intent to injure is different from a post play act with intent to injure?
Was pacs in possession of the puck? It wasn't about winning the game. He knew the post was there. It is criminal negligence. There was intent to injure He was hunting Max

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