Thread: Post-Game Talk: Rangers/Canadiens 2/23/2013
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02-24-2013, 08:44 AM
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Originally Posted by chosen View Post
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.
Premeditated in the sense that Pacci********* saw that he had someone who had hit him previously in a vulnerable position and cheap-shotted him, yes. I doubt he went through the whole rangers are already short on defensemen maybe I can injure one thought process. Still scummy though, and hypocritical of the fanbase to defend him considering they have asked for legal action on a perfectly legal hit in the past.

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