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12-24-2003, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Joe Malone
Yes, but they both skated out of the corner alone, almost side by side. Koivu looked towards the blueline, totally ignoring Bondra, who ended up alone in the crease to bang the puck home. You could see by Koivu's reaction that he knew he should have stayed with Bondra.

Rivet blew it earlier by not getting the puck out of the zone. But had Koivu stayed with Bondra on the ensuing broken play, Bondra would have been covered.

Koivu was with nobody when the puck went in. Bondra was the closest Cap to him, and they had just been side-by-side seconds earlier.
congratulations , you not only have the right anwser , but you're also the only one that have enought balls to tell it ...

but as i said before , Koivu had a strong game , so why look at that ...

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