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by Paul on 12/11/08 at 11:42 AM ET
from Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
Several players took blows to the head in Wednesday’s game between the Blues and Anaheim Ducks, but none was more serious than the one on goalie Manny Legace….
On the play in which Legace was injured, George Parros buried a rebound for a 1-1 score, and skating by the front of the net, Carter lifted his knee into Legace’s head.
“I’m a little foggy,” Legace said. “All that I know is that the goal is in and he comes skating by and there’s nobody pushing him and there’s nobody on him. He could have avoided it. It’s something to look at.”
Blues coach Andy Murray said there should have been interference called on the play, but the officials told him they didn’t see the collision happen.
read on and watch the video of the goal/injury below…
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