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02-16-2013, 01:54 PM
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Originally Posted by ThirdManIn View Post
I'm glad you picked out that one part of my post. I was calling into question the likelihood of Matt Cooke actually training to do this since the poster to whom I was replying suggested that people who train can do this easily. Let's get back to the point of my post, shall we? Do you think Matt Cooke spends his spare time training to do moves like this, just waiting to unleash them on unsuspecting players? Keep in mind I'm not asking if you think it was intentional. I'm asking if you think he literally trains to do it.
He is well trained to know where his feet are without looking at em. He's also trained to know where his opponents feet will be when he's pinning em against the boards. A guy doesn't need practice to figure out how to step on an ankle.

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