But after Nashville Predators defenseman Shea Weber slammed Henrik Zetterberg's face into the glass at the end of Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinals, there was going to be some answering to that indiscretion in Game 2. It fell to Bert, and Weber was game just 1:36 into the action:
Nice near-MMA style attempted takedown by Bertuzzi there, eh?
Again, good to see The Code in action as Weber answered for his action, which earned at $2,500 fine. Even if "The Code" and "Bertuzzi" conjures some uncomfortable memories.
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