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11-15-2010, 07:31 PM
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DutchShamrock
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Contacted by TSN for its reaction to Dellow's piece, deputy commissioner Bill Daly said: "Any suggestion that Colin Campbell performs his job with any less than 100% integrity at all times and in every decision he makes is way off base and just factually wrong. Because of the potential for a conflict of interest, or more importantly a perceived conflict of interest, the League has implemented various structural protections that prohibit Colie from having any oversight or disciplinary authority relating to any game in which his son, Gregory, plays. Its always fair to question and criticize League decisions as being wrong, but not on the basis that they aren't justly and fairly arrived at."
http://tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=341367

See. Deflection. He is saying that the policy is that Campbell doesn't deal with things involiving his son. We all know the policy, the problem is that is circumvent it. He's going to the head of officials and saying that whoever blew the call needs to get 'gassed'. He wanted the guy fired, it's irrelevant that the ref wasn't. The issue is the chief of policy of our NHL is biased and emotional in his decisions. He is unable to perform his job. He has to go.

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