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05-07-2010, 04:12 PM
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Video of Game 4 non calls

I don't know if I should've posted this on a thread but I i figure a lot of people wanna see it so I came across this on habsinsideout.com.. sorry if it was already posted

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dmkm0...layer_embedded


also from habsinsideout..

Andrei Markov, who has not been seen in public since he suffered an injury in Game 1 of the Pittsburgh series was on the team's charter to the Steel City today. Earlier in the day, coach Jacques Martin said there was no news on Markov's condition but it's believed that he's not ready to play.

Conor McKenna of the Team 990, who broke the news Markov had suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament, reports Markov has not had surgery and could suit up with the injury.

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05-07-2010, 04:44 PM
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How about the New York Times?

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/07/sp...tml?ref=hockey

It's an international incident!
Fantastic article. As I said before, the NHL is losing face when the calls are soo obviously going to 1 teams favour. Do they think the league is blind and no one sees what's happening? I mean really, the fact that every one who watched the game, including Pittsburgh fans agree that the refs were calling it for the Pens, how can the NHL nnot step in and put a stop to it.

I just hope after that embarrassing display of officiating by 2 senior referees that they lay off of Montreal AND Vancouver where the officiating has been just as horrendous.

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05-07-2010, 04:47 PM
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Makes me sick to my stomach. Sick.

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05-07-2010, 05:04 PM
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A blind man could see the benefits the NHL has to gain by favoring a US team over a Canadian one. It's all about money, ratings and Bettman's wallet and legacy. Do you think ANYONE in the US will watch a Boston vs Vancouver final? lol..
I wonder how successful the XFL was when people were asking about the credibility of their league or boxing with all the fixed bouts and shadow punches.

Having constant rumblings about preferential treatment is NEVER good for ANY league. It's simply bad for business.

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05-07-2010, 05:04 PM
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Last night's officiating and Game 7 against the Caps are not even comparable, not even close.
Some Cap fans wouldn't agree with you.
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It's 10 blatant "breaks" for Pens versus one "mini-break" for Habs. (That disallowed goal in Game 7 against Caps might not have been called 100% of the time but it was the right call if going by the book.)
That disallowed goal was only the tip of the iceberg in that game, we got the breaks all night long. That's not why we won though... we exploited the good calls and overcame the bad.

Again, sometimes you get the calls, sometimes you don't. We overcame the bad ones last night... sitting there *****ing about the refs does nothing but piss them off.
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Reality is that bad officiating does affect a game; you cannot dispute that.
Again, the refereeing is a varialble just like ice quality or the bounces off the boards. Sometimes it goes your way sometimes it doesn't. Don't sit there and cry about the reffing.
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Sure, a good team (or lucky team) MIGHT overcome bad officiating (I'm talking about blatantly one-sided officiating) but a team isn't supposed to have to deal with that in the first place.
If the reffing is bad, it happens. The 'blatant' conspiracy type rants here are ludicrous and come from a bunch of whiners who always look for excuses when they lose. Sometimes it goes our way too, but guys like you are never here to talk about that... you're probably out getting your crutches waxed.
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Besides, winning and losing are irrelevant in this discussion. Even if the Habs had won 7-2 last night, I would have still thought the officiating was terribly biased.
Right... it's all a giant conspiracy. Do you know how ridiculous that is? Do you have any idea how many people would have to keep their mouths shut to pull something like that off? You honestly think a guy like Bettman is going to go to the refs and say: "Look guys, I need you to call it Pittsburgh's way..." and risk being exposed on this. Saying the reffing is bad is one thing, saying it's a giant conspiracy is a whole different ballgame. And try to take your blinders off sometime and watch what we've been doing to Crosby behind the play... it goes both ways.

You're being ridiculous.

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05-07-2010, 05:19 PM
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unbelieveable

first 2 resulted in pens only goals, that shoulda been a shutout for halak

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05-07-2010, 05:20 PM
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Not surprised by the video, it's been pretty bad in the playoffs, but yesterday was worse and it better be corrected. I hope CBC showing it helps. I'm sick of games where we lose all kind of momentum and have to fight back because of Refs awful calls or non calls.

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05-07-2010, 05:44 PM
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I personally liked how Gionta handled basically being goaded into a negative response on the officiating. The thing I like the best about this whole situation is how we still stick it to the Pens. That is the best revenge.

BTW, I really hate that whining little biotch Crosby. All he has to do is raise his hands and the penalty box magically opens up for us. Makes me absolutely sick!

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05-07-2010, 05:55 PM
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I still want to puke thinking about the clothesline on Kostitsyn that didn't get called.

Imagine, just IMAGINE for one second that was Gill on Crosby. LOOOOL. Gill would've been in the box before Crosby even hit the ice. No question about it.
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See Zednik-McClaren c. 2002.


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05-07-2010, 05:57 PM
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See Zednik-McClaren c. 2002.

THE clothesline

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05-07-2010, 05:58 PM
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See Zednik-McClaren c. 2002.
.... Why didn't someone beat him senseless?!

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.... Why didn't someone beat him senseless?!
What are you talking about? Brisebois came over and put the fear of god into him with that fierce shove to the back of the shoulder.

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05-09-2010, 12:46 PM
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I'll have to admit...when the League just had the one ref, you might say "ok...dumbass missed a few calls...or thats the way he has decided to call it tonite."

But when its two refs out there and you see missed calls on one team and a tide of calls favoring the other, than I think conspiracy.
How can two refs be on the same page?

Hal Gill taps the blade "not the handle" and it breaks he Crosby's stick...he throws up his hands and gets a call.

Crosby slashes the handle of a Habs stick and it flys out his hands....no call.
Must have been the Habs player fault for not throwing his hands like a spoiled little baby.

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05-11-2010, 08:46 PM
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Refs for game 7 ?

Chris Lee is in Vancouver tonight, so he's out of the question for tomorrow

Devorski?

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05-11-2010, 08:48 PM
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Airplanes exist for a reason.

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05-11-2010, 08:51 PM
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If Montreal is blessed to move on we can at least appreciate only the NHL elite refs are still going.

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If Montreal is blessed to move on we can at least appreciate only the NHL elite refs are still going.
and then just watch Chris Lee be part of that elite group.

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05-11-2010, 09:08 PM
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We need Tim Peel.

No, seriously, Stéphane Auger would have been great. He's a Habs fan.

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05-11-2010, 09:10 PM
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We need Tim Peel.

No, seriously, Stéphane Auger would have been great. He's a Habs fan.
I seriously think Auger has called more penalties on montreal than any other ref out there

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05-11-2010, 09:11 PM
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Please no Peel, Lee, and Auger.

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I seriously think Auger has called more penalties on montreal than any other ref out there
... just to show his unbiasedness.

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I seriously think Auger has called more penalties on montreal than any other ref out there
Nah, he calls penalties against Montreal in the 1st and 2nd, then he splurges on the other team in the 3rd. Love the guy for that. He's the only true pro-Habs.

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I thought that Joanette and Furlatt would prove to be beneficial for us, but both were traitors during this series.

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