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Senators Coach Paul MacLean’s doppelganger returns

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In January, there was a strange occurrence when Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean had a look-a-like appear behind him in the stands.  Fast forward to May and game four of their first round matchup against the Montreal Canadiens and MacLean’s doppelganger has returned.  This time though he is sitting being the Montreal bench and he must be driving the Canadiens crazy.  The Canadiens coach Michel Therrien has had some words for MacLean after each of the games this series, and Brandon Prust called him a “bug-eyed fat walrus.”  This has easily been the most interesting series of round one.

[Eye on Hockey]

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