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Derek Stepan takes puck behind the net on 3-on-1 [YT #1]

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02-27-2013, 05:02 PM
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There really is no excuse that is going to explain that, those of you trying. It was a bad play and a really bad decision. It happens.

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Looks like the pass he received wasn't clean. Bouncing puck. Settled it down. By then too late to pass back or shoot.


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He and Petry would be good friends.

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Definitely not threadworthy. It could have been discussed in the GDT, or can still be discussed on team forums.

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