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Capitals-Rangers: Game Seven Filled with High Emotions, Stiff Punishments

Published by on April 28, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Emotions have undoubtedly run high in the opening Stanley Cup playoff series between the No. 2-seeded Washington Capitals and No. 7-seeded New York Rangers, as they usually do at this time of year. Players and coaches alike have had tendencies to let their emotions get the best of them and have used poor judgment in their actions. That is precisely the case with Rangers head coach John Tortorella, who sat out the Game Six Capitals victory after an incident with a fan in Game Five. Capitals winger Donald Brashear also learned today he will be suspended six games for two separate incidents in Game Six at Madison Square Garden. To be more specific, the suspensions are one game for Brashear’s shove of the Rangers’ Colton Orr during...

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