CBC Go Public: Should junior hockey fights be subject to criminal charges?
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06-18-2013, 03:05 PM
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: British Columbia
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so your position is that players can do anything on the ice and then politely refuse to dance and then skate away scott-free ? I'm sorry that's not how the game works ( and it will ultimately be more injurious)
There are somethings that if you chose to do on the ice, your right to refuse an invitation to dance is rescinded. I can understand that for some people, snowing the goalie might not meet their threshold, that's fine. but the notion that players ( including 16 year olds) can do whatever they want on the ice with impunity, in antithetical to how the game has been, and should continue to be, played.
Snowing the goalie shouldn't equal ten shots to the head to someone that isn't defending themselves.
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