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07-12-2011, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by alternate View Post
I've learned three things reading this thread:

1. Mason Raymond or Jeff Tambellini registering a hit on the stat sheet = toughest team in the playoffs.

2. Our best players being punched, hacked, cross-checked and otherwise mistreated every time they are on the ice is no big thing.

3. Young offensively-gifted players often need an opprtunity before they break out as NHL players, and for most of them they require that opportunity to be more than just a couple of games.

The first two feel wrong to me, the third feels wrong to AV.
that's the funniest sad truth I have read in awhile.

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