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03-18-2013, 10:08 AM
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I thought Carroll should have got the gate, looked like a head shot and for a man the size of Wallingford to o down and out? There also looked to be a hit to the head on Daine Todd in period 3 , the Huskie player appeared to leave his feet. UNB was lucky that Carroll's was not an ejection! There is a big gap between the AUS and CIS rule book. As for Walligford, It's not the way a 5th year player, playing in his last game, in a national championship deserved. I will give him a lot of credit for changing his game from earlier AUS days and becoming the leader that he was for a young SMU team. Wallingford would be a great addition to any ECHL team, for sure.
We go back to earlier comments, in game one with Alberta, that the Huskies were being badly outplayed in the first period, but if Alberta were to get a steady diet of SMU, the Huskies would adapt. They adapt for UNB, which is similar to Alberta, but is more physical. The coach does a fantastic job of shutting down a high powered offence, unlike UQTR did on Saturday.

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