No Suspension for Kronwall
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03-07-2012, 06:56 PM
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If Kronwall's hitting style involves a pattern of hitting defenseless players in the head and happens too quickly for him to avoid, then he should be compelled to change his reckless hitting style.
The knee-jerk response to this always seems to be, "Well then forwards shouldn't have their heads down," but that argument ignores that Kronwall always goes in for these hits when a forward
put his head down to make the play.
Kronwall could not control where he was making contact. Voracek did that himself. Kronwall was basically standing motionless, while Voracek presented his head to Kronwall's shoulder.
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