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04-02-2012, 07:11 PM
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The context is that at that point in the game, Bylsma was making zero attempt to win the game. He was only seeking to rough up our players. That's why he had that line out there instead of one that might score a goal. The point of hockey is to win, not hurt people.
It's cute to see that coming from a team that cried it's butt off after the Islanders were mean to them last year.
Or he was playing his scrubs rather than risk his stars. That's what I would do. Maybe it's just me but I refuse to equate the presence of tough guys on the ice as "seeking to rough up" players. SOMEBODY has to be on the ice, and there's no reason for it to be his stars in a game he already lost.
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