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Gresh & Zo: Did Zdeno Chara’s Hit Have The Intent To Hurt?

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Members of the Montreal Canadiens medical staff and players put Max Pacioretty #67 of the Montreal Canadiens on a stretcher after being body checked by Zdeno Chara #33 of the Boston Bruins (not pictured) during the NHL game at the Bell Centre on March 8, 2011 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)

Members of the Montreal Canadiens medical staff and players put Max Pacioretty #67 of the Montreal Canadiens on a stretcher after being body checked by Zdeno Chara #33 of the Boston Bruins (not pictured) during the NHL game at the Bell Centre on March 8, 2011 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)

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A lot of the talk stemming from the Montreal Canadiens-Boston Bruins game wasn’t about the game itself. A lot of opinion, hyperbole and conjecture about Zdeno Chara‘s hit on Max Pacioretty that drove the young Canadien into the stanchion. Did Chara know where he was on the ice when the hit occurred? Did he intend for Pacioretty to collide with the stanchion? What was the intent? Gresh & Zo debate.

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