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Myers' Hit

It was unclear after Thursday's game what Bruins coach Claude Julien was referring to when he suggested the league take a look at a hit by one of the Sabres. I thought he was talking about Thomas Vanek's hit on Blake Wheeler in the corner. But Julien was probably upset about this questionable hit by Buffalo rookie Tyler Myers on Boston's Johnny Boychuk.

According to a story in today's Boston Herald, Boychuk and some of his teammates weren't pleased with Myers' shot. It was away from the play and no penalty was called. As they say at this time of the year, it's the playoffs. Don't be surprised if Myers gets drilled by one of the B's sometime soon.

--- Jerry Sullivan

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