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NBC Sports Network hockey analysts Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick go at it on live on the air as they disagree over the hit Eric Nystrom of the Dallas Stars laid on the Pittsburgh Penguins Chris Letang. The arguement got a lot of press, but it was actually kind of week. Roenick should of laid Milbury out live on the air!
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On the postgame Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick go toe-to-toe about the Letang hit. Roenick presumably jumped in to troll Penguin fans:
Roenick says Letang was hit in the chest. He also goes on to blame Letang for the hit and said Letang needs to learn to take a hit.
Here is the hit gif'd.
Sure looks like the head was contacted to us.
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