Henrik Sedin sounds off against the zebras
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"I think they have slowed the game down enough with the way the referees are maybe calling it the last couple of months," Sedin said. "But I think that's why you see a lot of injuries because the game is so fast and guys are flying through the neutral zone and no one can hold you up. . .something has to be done about the pace of the game."
Henrik then added: "This might be the only sport where rules change throughout the season depending what game you are playing and if it's playoffs or whatever."