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04-22-2013, 01:24 PM
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This has been mentioned before, but it's a favorite:

The guy that's clearly playing one level down and not holding back. Out skates, out shoots, out puck handles everyone on his team and opposition.

This is the guy that comes in fast on a clean breakaway, then fires a blistering slapshot about 20 feet from the goal. There is nobody within two sticklengths, and no traffic in front of the goalie. I've seen him do it twice. The second time he thought it went in (waved off by the ref) and does the Jesus celebration, when his team is already up 5-0.

Same guy in front of the crease, right on the edge of the blue paint. I'm leaning on him him, pushing him out the way, tying up his stick, generally making him feel unwelcome. No shoving, cross-checking, holding. After the play the primadonna looks at me and says "Dude--what are you doing?"

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