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01-26-2013, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Eddie Shack View Post
In Hiller's defense (pun intended) the first time (Beauch) and the second time (Lydman) the D man was down on the ice in front of him and should have stopped the pass before it got to the crease. I wouldn't be surprised if Hiller's view of the puck was blocked by a teammate's body each time.
But that's the problem. A goalie is never supposed to allow a pass to go thru his crease. It means he is either too deep in the net or cheating on his angle. Hiller could have had both of those.

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