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03-10-2013, 11:27 AM
Troy McClure
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Originally Posted by Kritter471 View Post
It's only slightly late but definitely primary point of contact being the left side of Benn's face. That starts to move backwards before any momentum heads into his chest. There's almost no shoulder-on-shoulder or hip-on-hip contact. Plus it's quasi-blindside and Benn had little chance to see it coming even though he had his head up. That still counts for something.
And much of what you're talking about was caused by Benn continuing to lean into his shot's follow through to watch it. That's why coaches tell players not to watch their shots or passes. Doing so puts them in dangerous positions. The hit was lined up, and Benn kept himself in vulnerable spot.

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