There are only a few things that annoy me. I'm sorry that's actually a complete lie, a lot of things annoy me. However, the one thing that tops the charts every hockey season is when teams list their players as having "upper body" or "lower body" injuries and then don't specify anything. There are 10 of those injuries listed just this week alone, and as this shortened season continues the list will continue to grow and so will my annoyance. I get that it's a good way to not give away a weakness to an opponent, but it makes it really hard to nerd out on injuries like I want to.
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