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7 minutes ago, Kevin G said:

Reverse hit? What's that?

The St Cloud guy was between the puck and the Wisconsin player.  Instead of playing the puck and taking the hit, the St Cloud guy stopped and took a step into the Wisconsin player.  Its always been interference "by the book", but its rarely if ever called. 

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16 minutes ago, farce poobah said:

The St Cloud guy was between the puck and the Wisconsin player.  Instead of playing the puck and taking the hit, the St Cloud guy stopped and took a step into the Wisconsin player.  Its always been interference "by the book", but its rarely if ever called. 

Aha. Thank you for the explanation. 

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1 hour ago, farce poobah said:

The St Cloud guy was between the puck and the Wisconsin player.  Instead of playing the puck and taking the hit, the St Cloud guy stopped and took a step into the Wisconsin player.  Its always been interference "by the book", but its rarely if ever called. 

I think that Ben Blood called it the "jack in the box"

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2 hours ago, ubish said:

Thanks, 

There is nothing better in this whole damn world than beating Michigan in anything. But beating "the greatest hockey team ever assembled" Michigan is even better. 

Of the 50 teams that have played games so far, only one is unbeaten and untied.  Here's hoping WMU can extend it one more game.

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