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03-07-2010, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by cottonking View Post
No. All these rules about "chirping" apply to criticism of other players at your level.

If you see someone wearing the number 66 in your local house league, have at it. But if you live in suburban Pittsburgh and it occurs to you when he picks up the puck that it is, in fact, Mario, the chirping stops.

As soon as you're playing for a team called "Canada" or "United States" or "Sweden" then you can call those kids out. Until you do, if anyone's going to make fun of Nazim Kadri and Brayden Schenn for wearing those, let it be the latter's older brother, or somebody else who can play hockey at their level. None of these "chirping" rules apply to us chirping at World Juniors players.
Thanks for clearing that up. At least now I know that there are specific rules governing all this childish stupidity.

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