Found October 15, 2011 on NESN.com:
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Maybe Colin Campbell wasn't so bad after all. The NHL's dean of discipline was roundly criticized throughout his 13-year tenure dispensing justice in an often inconsistent and sometimes downright puzzling fashion. All of that was supposed to change this season with Brendan Shanahan taking over as vice president of player safety. And give Shanahan some credit--he has lived up to his word to bring more transparency to the process, releasing video explanations of each of his decisions. It's just that those decisions, much like his predecessor's, have left a lot to be desired at times. Shanahan may be guilty of...
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