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Tyler Seguin Mic’d up during Daniel Paille’s Game 2 Overtime winner

The NHL has had some fantastic luck with the players they have chosen to mic up during their games.  In the triple overtime Game 1 thriller, the game-winning goal scorer Andrew Shaw was mic’d up.  This time in overtime of Game 2, Tyler Seguin was mic’d up and he set up the game-winning goal.  A lot of it had to be edited out because of Seguin swearing, but if I’m a Bruins or Blackhawks player, I might start volunteering to spend the game mic’d up.

[NHL.com]

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