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VIDEO: Matt Cooke Finally Gets 1) His Due, and 2) Knocked the Hell Out

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Ever since Matt Cooke ended Marc Savard’s season with a cheap hit, Bruins fans have been clamoring for a healthy dose of revenge, and yesterday we got it–courtesy of Atlanta’s Evander Kane. Sure this dude will get plenty of cheers next time he takes the ice in Boston or at the very least a nice thank you card from Savard (Video after the jump).

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2 comments for “VIDEO: Matt Cooke Finally Gets 1) His Due, and 2) Knocked the Hell Out”

  1. I can’t believe the announcers and everyone was concerned, as if Cooke deserved it. It’s about time he got a taste of what he deserves. He think it’s okay to do that and challenge people? I honestly hope at least Cooke’s season is done; hopefully his career took a nice hit.

    Posted by John | April 11, 2010, 9:01 pm
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