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No cash for Minn. boy who made 'miracle' shot

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MINNEAPOLS (AP) — It was an amazing hockey shot, with the puck sliding into a tiny hole from center ice for a $50,000 prize. But a penalty was called on the Minnesota boy who made the shot during a charity event because his twin brother should have been wielding the stick.

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