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02-16-2013, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by ThirdManIn View Post
If you don't think Cooke was attempting to injure Karlsson then how is Cooke responsible for the injury to Karlsson? When a legitimate accident occurs there are no responsible parties. It was an accident. Karlsson should be just as responsible as Cooke if you think it was purely accidental. After all, merely the existence of both players would be root cause then.

I don't defend Cooke's history. I will say that one season of seemingly different play is enough to take notice. It may not be enough to say definitively that he has changed. That much is true. However, it is not merely him "not trying to kill anyone". In my opinion it is obvious that he has taken strides to attempt to clean up all aspects of his game while still playing physical.
Whether Cookes act was intentional or not, it was his doing, not Karlsson's.

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