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Philadelphia Flyers Coach Peter Laviolette won’t let anything block his path, even if that obstacle is an opposing player. Following the first period of a very heated contest between the Flyers and the Stars, Laviolette was making his way to the locker room and started having words with Steve Ott. It looked like Ott stood in the way of Laviolette on purpose following their words, and the coach gave him a nice shove to get out of the way.
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Philadelphia Flyers coach Peter Laviolette shoved Dallas Stars agitator Steve Ott in the back as the teams headed to the locker room during the first intermission on Wednesday.
Ott was waiting for the rest of his teammates to exit before having a few choice words for Laviolette.
The Flyers' coach dismissed Ott and continued to the locker room.
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Giroux suffered a concussion when he was hit in the head by the knee of teammate Wayne Simmonds during a Dec. 10 game against Tampa Bay.
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