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Nino’s Concussion So what’s the deal? Was the hit by Dallas Stars D Mark Fistric a clean hit or not? Do we know if Brendan Shanahan has called the Stars to discuss the hit? Has he seen the video from the various angles that are available? Is that a head hit? Is it suspendable? Personally, I would think so. But what does the NHL think? Was this a case of a “Welcome to the N...
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