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11-26-2008, 10:37 PM
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I'm tired of seeing hits called dirty every time someone gets hurt.
That hit was hard but 100% clean.

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11-26-2008, 10:41 PM
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I'm tired of seeing hits called dirty every time someone gets hurt.
That hit was hard but 100% clean.
totally agree.. First Tanguay had the time to see it happen, it was him to protect himself better.. second, its the kind of bodycheck Komisarek gives every games..

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11-26-2008, 10:44 PM
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It was "clean". I think Tangs knew he was gonna get hit. He was skating towards it. I think he didn't realize how hard. Give him credit. He made the play. That's the type of play we need. Stuart is a lot bigger. An argument can be made that Stuart shouldn't have been so vicious, but I guess we could ask the same of Komo (clean and hard). I hope he's just shaken up. MANNNN we need him.

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11-26-2008, 10:46 PM
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11-26-2008, 10:51 PM
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That was a nice, solid, clean hit.

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11-26-2008, 10:53 PM
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Clean hit no doubt. I hope Tanguay is alright, he's one on our best players since the beginning of the year.

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11-26-2008, 11:09 PM
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That was a good hit, I don't know how you can say otherwise.

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11-26-2008, 11:15 PM
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Clean hit.
He finished the shift.
I would not be surprised if he missed 1 game.

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11-26-2008, 11:15 PM
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They'll be room at wing, not at centre. I can't see D'Agostini's start in the AHL being ignored if there is a forward call-up to be made.
I can, easily. D'Ago's defensive play sucks.

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11-26-2008, 11:17 PM
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Preliminary mention of injury: in La Presse article following the game, Carbo said Tanguay's neck was sore. They tried to treat it some so he could come back to play but it felt too sore.

In a separate La Presse article, Gagnon mentioned that Gorges got dinged pretty good on the knee.

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11-26-2008, 11:32 PM
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I can, easily. D'Ago's defensive play sucks.
Come on dude. He may not be awesome defensively but he has his moments. He backchecked well last night to be first to the puck when the D stepped up on the boards. He cleared the puck down ice and 10/15 seconds later had scored a goal. He also got back well later in the game to break up the 2 on 1 the Rampage had. He isn't gonna win the Selke once he makes the NHL but especially considering his effort last night, saying he sucks is a bit harsh, don't you think?

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11-27-2008, 12:11 AM
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Preliminary mention of injury: in La Presse article following the game, Carbo said Tanguay's neck was sore. They tried to treat it some so he could come back to play but it felt too sore.

In a separate La Presse article, Gagnon mentioned that Gorges got dinged pretty good on the knee.
Looked like Gorges got caught with knee bent, right on area where pant rides up a little when you're in that position so no padding. I got hit by a puck there on weekend, have a dinner plate sized purple bruise, I guarantee you the shot Gorges took from Lidstrom was A LOT harder than the one that hit me, ouch.

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11-27-2008, 12:22 AM
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my only problem is that I know Stuart went for the hit cause Tanguay's head was down

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11-27-2008, 12:27 AM
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Preliminary mention of injury: in La Presse article following the game, Carbo said Tanguay's neck was sore. They tried to treat it some so he could come back to play but it felt too sore.

In a separate La Presse article, Gagnon mentioned that Gorges got dinged pretty good on the knee.
That's what I was guessing, neck or spine injury. But what made his head move back like it did? Shoulder to shoulder hit? Nope. The hit might of been legal, but not 100% super unquestionably clean. I'll stick to my original pov and say that the elbow was raised. I don't think it's worthy of a suspension, not even a penalty, but it was not 100% clean as all of you say. Go watch the replay guys.

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Preliminary mention of injury: in La Presse article following the game, Carbo said Tanguay's neck was sore. They tried to treat it some so he could come back to play but it felt too sore.

In a separate La Presse article, Gagnon mentioned that Gorges got dinged pretty good on the knee.
From rotowire.com

Tanguay (neck) left Wednesday's 3-1 win in Detroit in the first period.

Tanguay took a check from Detroit defenseman Brad Stuart and promptly left for the dressing room. He is listed as day-to-day with a sore neck.

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11-27-2008, 12:38 AM
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We might FINALLY see D'Agostini..

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11-27-2008, 01:16 AM
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Why bring anyone up...it'll just give you guys someone else to whine about if they don't score 3 goals a game and block every shot defensively to give Price a shut out.

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11-27-2008, 07:08 AM
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Why bring anyone up...it'll just give you guys someone else to whine about if they don't score 3 goals a game and block every shot defensively to give Price a shut out.
We're bored. It'll give us something to do.

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11-27-2008, 07:10 AM
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You do mean Latendresse, right?
I guess you're new here and don't know my feelings about Lats.

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11-27-2008, 07:51 AM
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my only problem is that I know Stuart went for the hit cause Tanguay's head was down
And?

If that was the case, why wouldn't all players skate with their heads down to avoid being hit?

Clean hit. Nice game too by the Habs. I never thought I'd see the day Montreal played a trap but there it was.

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11-27-2008, 07:56 AM
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my only problem is that I know Stuart went for the hit cause Tanguay's head was down
Tanguay put his head down for a milisecond. I'm sorry, Stuart was already in his lane. What was he supposed to do? Skate away from Tanguay then come back hopefully when his head is up?

Seriously. Stuart laid a very clean hit. Tanguay got rocked in the jaw. That's all.

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11-27-2008, 08:50 AM
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It was a hit within the rules. However it is a hit that has a 5-10% chance of injury, and maybe a 1% chance of career ending injury.

What do you do with those? Either you acept it as casualties of war (there are stupider way to get injured in hockey - see Zednik and the guy that dropped a skate on his leg in the lockerroom) or you say that they are preventable and you have to remove this (so far legit) hits from the game making the game less physical.

Tough choice but has to be made.

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It was a hit within the rules. However it is a hit that has a 5-10% chance of injury, and maybe a 1% chance of career ending injury.

What do you do with those? Either you acept it as casualties of war (there are stupider way to get injured in hockey - see Zednik and the guy that dropped a skate on his leg in the lockerroom) or you say that they are preventable and you have to remove this (so far legit) hits from the game making the game less physical.

Tough choice but has to be made.
How in hell do you come up with this stuff? Ridiculous.

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11-27-2008, 09:04 AM
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How in hell do you come up with this stuff? Ridiculous.
Quantum physics? No, it can't be that; maybe some form of algebra? It's got to have something to do with logarithms.

I don't really know, ask McPhee, he's our resident savant.

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It reminded of when Tanguay came back to Halifax from The AVS and got leveled with his head down on the blue line..He was out for quite sometime after that.

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