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maros91

Diving

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I am sick of guys who flop to the ice when there is a little bit of a tug or the stick is between their legs and there they go, right to the ice. My favorite was the defenseman for the Flames in overtime when him and Gaborik are standing at the blue line, Gabby uses one hand to push him away and the guy darn near acts like he got shot. Flames were diving all over the place last night. They should be the Hollywood Flames.

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