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12-24-2012, 04:03 PM
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Three games isn't that bad for the IIHF. It was clearly a dirty play, as it was late, but I also do not think it was particularly dangerous. In the vast majority of cases, the player would not be injured at all. If he popped back up, which wouldn't be all that unreasonable to expect, Jenner gets a penalty and no suspension. Suspending someone because of an unlikely injury is moronic, but I can at least understand that they want to send a message to someone who already has a record.

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