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05-03-2007, 08:00 PM
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I am saying that the puck could not have come from behind ... that there had to have been a second shooter behind the net on the gravelly ice. If the shooter was behind you as you claimed that would have caused your head to pitch forward.

According to your story Briere passes you and starts walking up the slot then you say you were struck on the right pad. The puck then proceeds to ricochet off the temple striking Hank between the third and forth rib. The puck then came off the rib turned and hit Hank in the right wrist causing him to drop his helmet. The puck then splashed off the wrist, Pauses In mid air mind you- makes a left turn and lands on Hank's right pad and goes in.

That is one magic wrap-around.

I'm sure, by now, the NHL has the stashed away the Zupruder film of what really happened on that play.

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