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01-23-2012, 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by hockeyr5 View Post
Really? Usually when it is lopsided you are supposed to try to get your guys who normally see less ice time a goal.
I'm not saying the guy shouldn't play (I am terrible as a skater so I was in a lot of those situations) and shouldn't score whether or not my defense gives up. It's poor taste/sportsmanship if they celebrate it like they just scored the biggest goal of the game. Get your goal, fist bump your team mates a little, line up for the faceoff, and get ready to play defensive hockey until the other team breaks down defensively that you're able to score again.

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