The Flames boarding call on d'Agostini
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12-10-2008, 01:14 PM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Montreal, PQ
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I consider most of the grey area you describe as dirty, it's just a matter of what the referees will let you get away with.
And no, it doesn't make you dirty. It makes you a cross between a gamesman and a coward.
lol the grey area I speak of is how 90% of NHL players play. Even Koivu can be considered a dirty player if you take it to this great lengths. What defines a dirty player as I said is a very loose definition. I mean to me it's repeat offenders and people who go above the normal job of an enforcer. If the other teams enforcers are cross checking after the play, it only makes sense that to support your team as an enforcer, you do the same. It's when players take it too far especially outside or a rivalry game where it becomes a serious issue and makes them dirty.
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