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Video Vault: Wilds' Clutterbuck among list of 2011 hockey bloopers

Cal Clutterbuck's head-first dive into the Vancouver bench makes the list of Yahoo!Sports 10 worst hockey bloopers of 2011.
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Cal Clutterbuck's head-first dive into the Vancouver bench makes the list of Yahoo!Sports 10 worst hockey bloopers of 2011.

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