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02-03-2013, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Lafleurs Guy View Post
I'm actually suprised that most folks seem to agree with me on this. A few years back there were a lot more people who beleived otherwise and that it probably wasnt prevalent in hockey.

The more we see top atheletes getting caught though the more we realize how prevalent it is. I remember thinking that steroids couldn't help in baseball. I believed this for a long, long time and I was dead wrong. Sometimes you just need to see it to believe it and with Lance Armstrong (I guy everyone should've known was juicing) got caught I think that a lot of people finally accepted that its out there.
Simmons puts it well:

But I don't know for sure. And that's the problem. There is no such thing as "the benefit of the doubt" anymore. Not in sports. Too many people took advantage. All the benefits are gone.
http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...k-ped-question

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