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Enough bertuzzi

from the Philly Burbs,
Bertuzzi, who tonight makes his first appearance in Philadelphia since the much-documented on-ice assault case involving Colorado's Steve Moore on March 8, 2004, still hears it from the stands just about everywhere he plays. Peter Forsberg, who played for the Avalanche when Moore was injured, says it's time to move on. "I think so,'' Forsberg said after Wednesday's practice. "It's been a long time. He had a lot of time suspended. You could argue was he suspended long enough because he had the year off (for the lockout). But I think it should be over. It was a bad incident, he felt bad about it. But things have to go on.''

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