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STU HACKEL: After watching too much go too far during the first week of the NHL postseason, it should be obvious to anyone who has any sense of proportion that the Stanley Cup playoffs are out of control. There have been head rammings, sucker punches, maulings and ambushes, all of which is apart from the more commonplace vendettas, cross-checks, spearing, charging, kneecappings and line brawls that we've come to expect each spring. This isn't just hard hockey....
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One G.M. who asked peers about how top of draft will fall just told me, "Could clear up, but there's total confusion 3 thru 10 now."
Gotta say, I quite enjoyed that Devils-Panthers game from Sunday night. Perhaps because they decided to actually play hockey. #novelconcept
The one Arkansas assistant who must be most ticked right now? Offensive coordinator Paul Petrino. Yep. He came back this off-season.
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