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Knutsen, Naudascher find closure

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"Yesterday, almost nine years after 13-year-old Brittanie Cecil died after being struck by a hockey puck, Naudascher finally met the man who had been carrying around his own anguish for the loss of her little girl. Espen Knutsen, the former Columbus Blue Jackets player who shot the puck that struck Brittanie, embraced the trembling mother the moment he saw her, and the two began the closure that had escaped them both." This story covers the emotional meeting between Knutsen and Naudascher. Its a shame that so many made Knutsen look like a bad guy because of a fluke accident. I'm glad to hear that there are no ill feelings toward anyone after what happened that night almost nine years ago. This is a great heart-warming story.

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