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10-24-2012, 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by eva unit zero View Post

Define "half a sack". Do you mean fighting a different player in a different game to "answer for his crime" as it were? He did that at the beginning of the game. Bertuzzi's shot at Moore came at the end of a 9-2 game where the Canucks were obliterated. He's the one who didn't have half a sack.
No he didn't. For payback Moore should have gone through 3 or 4 fights that game and taken his licks. None of this would have happened. If he could have turned and faced Bertuzzi and squared off it would have ended the whole thing. Instead Moore tried to skate away and Bert lost it, lost his mind and jumped Moore in a blind rage.

Eva you're judging by the standards of today which are very different than the enforcement of hockey justice in the past. A few of the attitudes remain but a lot of the violent retribution of the 1970's has been discouraged. Bertuzzi grew up playing through the 80's and 90's and man those were some tough days. The values of that era were different.

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