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Kelly disagrees with call

Hit on Bergeron warranted more

Bruins goalie Tim Thomas had his hands full as the Islanders' Sean Bergenheim crashed the net. Thomas, making his first start since last Saturday, made 25 saves in the Bruins' matinee win. Bruins goalie Tim Thomas had his hands full as the Islanders' Sean Bergenheim crashed the net. Thomas, making his first start since last Saturday, made 25 saves in the Bruins' matinee win. (Justine Hunt/Globe Staff)
By Fluto Shinzawa
Globe Staff / November 24, 2007

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A sentiment regularly repeated after Philadelphia defenseman Randy Jones belted Patrice Bergeron from behind Oct. 27, leaving Boston's alternate captain with a Grade 3 concussion, a broken nose, and a foggy timetable for his return to hockey, was that Jones shouldn't have been suspended for a mere two games. (Full article: 973 words)

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