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  • Dubnyk dazzles as Wild defeat Dallas in Big D 2-1


    Dubnyk really had to stand on his head just and at times made some really miraculous saves to keep his team in the game.

    Now what you see here is Tyler Seguin swinging his stick attempting to bat the puck into the net out of mid-air. However, he missed completely and caught Spurgeon. The puck was above the crossbar at the time of Seguin trying to hack at the puck like David Ortiz hitting a home run, which would make any contact with puck illegal. Making contact with Spurgeon should have then resulted in a penalty, and being that he was bloodied, a 4-minute double-minor at the very least. Instead, the play was blown dead because of a puck being played with a high stick and another Stars player touching the puck, and no penalty was called. After the game Mike Yeo said, " they couldn't tell who's stick it was." Regardless, it should have been a penalty. Period. The fact that it wasn't is a complete farce, and the refs saying they didn't see which stick it was is about as bad of an excuse as a teenager saying that they fell asleep watching a movie after coming in the house past curfew.


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