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The Coyotes were livid at the end of Game 5 -- about what they saw as a brutal hit by Kings captain Dustin Brown that sent defenseman Michal Rozsival out of the game with a knee injury, and about the goal by Dustin Penner seconds later that ended their season. "It's very disappointing," Coyotes captain Shane Doan said. "I've been knocked out in the first round a lot, and you think that it's going to feel better when you get to the next round. But I don't care when you get knocked out; it feels awful and you don't want to be part of it." When asked about the Brown play, Doan, who said he has held his tongue during the series, lashed out at the officiating during the entire series. He said he has yet to see any of the penalties called on him in the series, yet a knee-on-knee hit from Brown after the whistle went unpunished. "Honestly, I can't understand how you miss that," Doan said. "How do you miss that? (Rozsival'...
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