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10-30-2008, 07:12 AM
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Why?..the equipments are better, but more dangerous.
It's called evolution, the equipment got better, now it's time to adapt to it and new rules.
No, it is called stop putting plastic in shoulder pads.


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I'll give you 1 000 000 000 000 000$ if you can play hockey without looking down once.
The ''keep your head up'' argument is the dumbest one anybody can use.
When you see a guy coming after you and you decide to lean in then yes, it is his fault. It was a terribly bad mistake of him to put his head to low to reach for the puck when someone was heading his way.



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Yes, that's exactly what it should mean. Why in God's name should head shot be permitted??..What is the point of hitting the head other than Knocking someone out?? Legal or not, it's dumb and cheap.
Ummmm duuur, those people don't go for the head. However either the player is very short or they lean in, such as in this example. That isn't the hitter's fault.



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There's a reason why Stevens was renowned to be a beast. He loved open ice hit and always made sure the head was the Bull's eye, that's why he injured so many people.
Based on what?



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To me, there's nothing better than a clean open ice hit and see the guy get back up to finish his shift. That's truly great.
But how can anybody be for seeing a player lay motionless on the ice with some blood dripping every now and then?..Whether it's a ''clean'' hit or not is completely irrelevant. It should be penalized so that the players become more sensitive to this issue.
Then lets fine anyone who makes an open ice hit and it injures someone. No, that is dumb logic.

Injuries happen. When they are the result of an error by the person receiving the hit then there is no reason to punish the person making the hit. That is the reality.

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