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03-20-2013, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by JLP View Post
This is the crux of the problem with the arguments supporting self-policing. A system wherein any player who decides an opponent has "crossed the line" has the right to jump him and wail in with a stick or punches, makes every player both judge and executioner. "Yahoo that's old time hockey!" is one way of looking at this, not my way but one way..
no but its the players way. Players dont jump plekanec because hes responsible for his stick. if he gets loosey goosey he gets the same treatment at fleischmann and DESERVES to get tuned. The notion that Emelin got " jumped" by anyone is nothing but revisionist claptrap.

You play fast and lose with your stick, people are gonna come calling metal plates or not.

in the immortal words of the fresh prince " dont start nothing, wont be nothin"

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