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WILMINGTON — The hit left Seth Griffith down on the ice. It left Anthony Camara out of the game and the playoff series, his Barrie Colts going on to lose without him.
The open-ice hit marked the second major charging penalty for Camara in the series against Griffith’s London Knights – and third in two rounds – and he was done for the Ontario Hockey League playoffs, in which he’d scored 16 points in 16 games.
As Griffith, Camara’s fellow Bruins prospect, said half in jest, “He ended up getting kicked out, which was good for us. That’s what we wanted.”
It also demonstrated what Camara could mean to the Bruins. His game has improved, and his playing with an edge might make him perfect for the team.