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12-28-2012, 05:33 PM
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Originally Posted by cam042686 View Post
I don't disagree - they were terrible acts. Rick Smith also told me he was shocked when Soviet players spit in his face during the 74 Summit. But we were certainly not angels. I'd put Bobby Clarke's slash on Valery Kharlamov as perhaps the most disgusting premeditated act of pure "sickness" I have ever seen in hockey. And think about it. Neither the NHL or Flyers did a thing about it showing they obviously condoned the act.

Not sure what you have against Ken Dryden as I have always found him to be while somewhat dry and long winded, one of the most aware and ethical people in hockey.

Craig Wallace
Clarke was simply a piece of work beyond anything the Soviets were doing. If Pospisil turned his head toward Clarke's blindside attack he could have lost an eye:

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