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12-29-2012, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by nucks88 View Post
So a good, clean body check is no longer considered "good sportsmanship"? I guess it's some country's way that if you can't beat 'em. change the rules. Funny that so many non-Canadians continue to come play in that bastion of "poor sportsmanship" the CHL!
Deliberately injuring people is bad sportsmanship, sorry. This is not "war" (no matter what sports commentators make you believe), you are not protecting your country or your family. It's a s-p-o-r-t. If you can't beat your opponent with your skill, reserving to violence and injure them constitutes a definition of "bad sportsmanship" in my book.

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