Thread: Post-Game Talk: Rangers/Canadiens 2/23/2013
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02-24-2013, 08:20 AM
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The guy knew we were "short" on defense. I believe he did it on purpose to take McD out of the game. I'll be waiting for that "karma" thing.
Just saw this gem.

You believe that in a hockey game where decisions are made in parts of seconds, that a player saw another player in a vulnerable position, and then went through a thought process where he reasoned that the opposition was short-handed on defense, so he should try and injure another one. All that in a fraction of a second?

If someone ever played hockey it's difficult to believe that this could be more than a fleeting thought in their head.

Or is it your belief that this was premeditated and that while sitting on the bench he decided to find a dman in a vulnerable position and put him out of the game?

Will share some laughs over these beliefs with my hockey buddies. Thanks.

You can't make this stuff up.

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