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Dion Phaneuf went for a big hit that wound up leading to a Bruins breakout that eventually materialized in David Krejci’s game-winning overtime goal in Game 4. Realizing this, James Reimer’s wife was caught on camera giving the death stare to Phaneuf’s fiance, actress Elisha Cuthbert, immediately following the Bruins’ game-winner. Cuthbert appeared to be less than enthused with Mrs. Reimer’s stare, as she immediately rolled her eyes and shot back a menacing glance of her own. You know what this means, don’t you?
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