Kyle Clifford learns traveling is illegal in hockey too

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Come on, man. That's a foul.

Early in the first period of Game 1 of the Western Conference Final, Kyle Clifford of the Los Angeles Kings tried to, um, drive the hoop or something:

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The officials quickly reminded him that traveling is illegal in hockey, too. It's too bad though, because Brad Richardson ran a great block on Nick Leddy to help set Clifford free.

Officially, the call was two minutes for "Closing Hand On Puck."

But "Trying To Be A Running Back" would also suffice.

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