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Clutterbuck punch misses target, lands on linesman's jaw

Cal Clutterbuck's left hook was aimed at his Canucks nemesis, Maxim Lapierre. And it landed right on the face. Of Darren Gibbs. He's the linesman. Oops. Coach Mike Yeo doubts there will be a suspension, since the punch was not intended for the official.
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Cal Clutterbuck's left hook was aimed at his Canucks nemesis, Maxim Lapierre. And it landed right on the face. Of Darren Gibbs. He's the linesman. Oops. Coach Mike Yeo doubts there will be a suspension, since the punch was not intended for the official.

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