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Videos- Post Game Talk After A 3-2 OT Win Against Columbus

First up is Dylan Larkin and Mickey Redmond below.  More coming.

added 10:27pm, Game highlights are below.  added 10:35pm, Jeff Blashill is below.  added 10:52pm, Tyler Bertuzzi is below.

sdded 11:05pm, in one video, Larkin, Bertuzzi and Blashill below.

 

Mickey Redmond

 

 

Game highlights

 

 

Jeff Blashill

 

 

Tyler Bertuzzi

 

 

Larkin Bertuzzi and Blashill

 

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Man, missed the part about why would he want to play defense in his day.  He said he never came in his own blue line and Murphy told him he used to say the only time Mackey saw the goalie was at the beginning of the game when he tapped his pads and told him Goodluck.  Hilarity!

Posted by ThatGuy on 01/19/21 at 10:40 PM ET

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Kudos to Dylan Larkin so far as Captain.  This guy was born to be a Captain and a leader and an example.  If you watch him, he is the best player on the ice.  I can only imagine that Stevie smiles to himself with great satisfaction that he has got a guy to fill his shoes on the ice.

Posted by jhpcarrier97 on 01/20/21 at 09:08 PM ET

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