Found March 20, 2012 on NESN.com:
There are bad shifts, and then there's the shift that Vancouver Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa had on Monday night against Minnesota. The Canucks blue liner had a forgettable few seconds in the second period against the Wild when his careless play almost led to a Minnesota goal moments before he got the worst out of a jab from his own teammate of all people. The play started with a faceoff in the Vancouver zone. Bieksa, usually pretty reliable with the puck tried to deliver a sloppy pass out of his own zone that was easily picked off. That forced goalie...
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