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02-24-2013, 11:46 AM
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Originally Posted by IComeInPeace View Post
Thornton would destroy Kesler, and Kesler was smart to avoid the fight (and yes likely 'scared').

That is how the series started. How it proceeded after that point was that Kesler played some of the best hockey of his career until the injury.

The Canucks, led in large part by Kesler, won in 5.

In Summary:
1 moral victory for Thornton, series victory to the Canucks.

Moral victories tend to be for players on the losing side.
Thornton was better in that series than Kesler was. Your logic is flawed and terrible.

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