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  • C.S.
    May 17, 2012 - 13:39

    Hey A.R. learn how to win!!!

  • AR
    May 16, 2012 - 10:07

    'Putting it all on the line', 'sacrificing the body for the team', 'doing whatever it takes'. These are phrases used to describe what players are doing when they block pucks shot as fast as 100 mph. Goalies wear equipment designed to protect them from being seriously injured from pucks travelling 100 mph; players do not, and that's why it's only a matter of time before a player is killed by a puck hitting him in the throat or chest. Players risking career ending injuries or death by blocking shots makes absolutely no sense. If there are NHL coaches who order their players to block shots, or else, it's not common knowledge, for obvious reasons. If the truth were known, there are players on every team who don't want to risk their lives or a career ending injury by blocking shots but do so because it's expected of them if they want to continue their careers in the NHL.