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The Flyers torched the Capitals last night 5-1. Apparently the referee felt like they were running up the score, because he laid one of the bigger hits of the night on Flyer Kimmo Timonen. He jumped up in the air and threw an elbow to the face of Kimmo. Probably would have caught a fine and suspension if he was in the NFL.
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