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This was absolutely bizarre.  When I first saw it I thought I was just seeing things, but Ottawa Senators Head Coach Paul MacLean definitely had his doppleganger in attendance at their game against Florida on Monday night. Seriously, it looks like some bizarre reflection, but it’s actually some random guy that could 100% be his clone/twin. I hope someone finds out where this guy came from.

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