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Hurricanes @ Panthers 4/22-4/24 Final Two


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17 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

No. But his foot hit a divet or something and his ankle bent BAD. Think Svech against Chara. I’m thinking probably high ankle sprain. 

yikes

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2 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

4 people in the box?! Any more and there won’t be any room. 

 

1 minute ago, Harbingers said:

It took 4 of us in the box for them to get a PP goal. Lolz. 

Lmao radio cut out for a minute...

What the hell did I miss?!?

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