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04-06-2012, 02:02 AM
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[VIDEO] Clowe Plays The Puck From The Bench



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Hey!! I didn't know your allowed to do that?


Amazing! I could've been a much better defender then I realized.

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Hey!! I didn't know your allowed to do that?


Amazing! I could've been a much better defender then I realized.
Imagine how long sticks would be.

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Hey!! I didn't know your allowed to do that?


Amazing! I could've been a much better defender then I realized.
I will say this....in the age of 1980's & 1990's NHL.....there would be makeup for that by the refs.

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it isnt against the rules to purposely take a penalty, shame he didnt get called but gave me a good laugh!

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It's too soon for that video. Let time heal the wound first.

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Now that such plays are permitted, the entire game of hockey will be revolutionized.

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It's too soon for that video. Let time heal the wound first.
Well, if the kings win saturday, then you can join the sharks fans in laughing at that ridiculous highlight.

Here's hoping that phoenix loses a game before saturday's Sharks/Kings matchup.

A single game for the division will be awesome, for both fanbases. Heres hoping that no one gets injured on either team. (Save that for the playoffs, lol)

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It's shameful that none of the 4 refs saw that play. I don't what they are watching if not the player with the puck.

Has there been a bigger missed call this season? The timing of this one was huge.

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I will say this....in the age of 1980's & 1990's NHL.....there would be makeup for that by the refs.
In the 1980s and 1990s NHL that call would never have been made...after all, it was the third period, and the refs NEVER called penalties in the third period in those days.

That's why the NHL was what I used to call a "bush league" in those days...refs actually swallowed their whistles in the third period...the NHL was a joke then, and after a couple years of that ********, they finally realized they needed to grow a pair and start calling the third period like the first two.

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Horrible sportsmanship by Clowe. NHL should look into that.

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I'd like to see Clowe suspended one game for that. Not going to happen, but it would be perfectly appropriate given the opponent is the same on Saturday. You cheat that badly on a play that could have made the difference between a regulation loss and a shootout win, you miss the biggest game of the regular season.

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I really think that supplemental discipline is warranted. Am I out to lunch on that?

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I really think that supplemental discipline is warranted. Am I out to lunch on that?
Absolutely something should be done. The NHL is setting a precedent here. If they do nothing, then imagine someone on a breakaway in the playoffs and that happens. Would you take a penalty to stop it? The league can't allow that type of thinking to be a calculated risk. They have to take punitive punishment out on the offender to make absolutely sure nothing like that happens again.

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I really think that supplemental discipline is warranted. Am I out to lunch on that?
As much play as this is getting, he may be suspended. I didn't think so late last night, but its all about embarrassment to the league at this point.

For sure he is facing a fine. A suspension? Perhaps.

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Absolutely something should be done. The NHL is setting a precedent here. If they do nothing, then imagine someone on a breakaway in the playoffs and that happens. Would you take a penalty to stop it? The league can't allow that type of thinking to be a calculated risk. They have to take punitive punishment out on the offender to make absolutely sure nothing like that happens again.
Marty McSorely was at the game and he was interviewed by the radio crew afterwards for his opinion.

He had an interesting take. He said that play is a minor penalty (something akin to "too many men on the ice" or "unsportsmanlike conduct"). But he also wondered out loud "What if it happens in the last two minutes of the game? Penalty shot?"

Look for a rule change just for this one freak play. I would say that would be (should be) the solution. Penalty shot in the last two minutes of a game, for sure. Maybe even at the end of a period to avoid the "broken up" power play. (IMO, PPs that are broken up from one period to another are less effective; its hard to gain and keep momentum that way.)

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What would be the fine if he had jumped over the board and played the puck and the refs missed the too many men? Nothing. It was a stupid play and a missed call. One of many last night. Let us hope the Kings players take out their anger on Saturday so they can avoid the Nucks in the PLAYOFFS

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As much play as this is getting, he may be suspended. I didn't think so late last night, but its all about embarrassment to the league at this point.

For sure he is facing a fine. A suspension? Perhaps.
Most 1 - 3 game suspensions (98%?) don't have much of an impact since the teams move on to play other opponents, so the team that was "hurt" gets no benefit from the suspension.

In a perfect world, clowe gets suspended 1 game, and that game just happens to be against the team he fouled.

Like I said, in a perfect world, so it won't happen.

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Master-Clowe troll, I think he viewed the dance off thread.

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It's the integrity of the game issue that pisses me off. It may only be a minor penalty for too many man on the ice but it was such an act of blatant cheating that the NHL really shouldn't ignore it. They should send a statement with a 1-game suspension. That sends the right message and the Sharks don't have to worry about being shorthanded for the playoffs.

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It also shows that Clown is a useless cheating hack.

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It also shows that Clown is a useless cheating hack.
Meh, Clowe is sort akin to Brown in that fans of other teams hate him because he isn't on their team. You can clearly see him realizing what he did at the end of the video posted and see him say "That was stupid." so it wasn't like he didn't realize he screwed up.

But yeah I'm thinking most he'll get is a fine if anything at all. But in this crazy league of inconsistency a suspension wouldn't shock me.

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Meh, Clowe is sort akin to Brown in that fans of other teams hate him because he isn't on their team. You can clearly see him realizing what he did at the end of the video posted and see him say "That was stupid." so it wasn't like he didn't realize he screwed up.

But yeah I'm thinking most he'll get is a fine if anything at all. But in this crazy league of inconsistency a suspension wouldn't shock me.
"Meh?" That play crossed a line. That was blatant cheating. It wasn't embellishing a play on the ice to draw a call. It was a player not on the playing surface intentionally and maliciously playing the puck/involving himself in the play. I lost any respect I ever had for Clowe on that play. I couldn't give a rat's ass if he thought it was stupid afterwards. He still was slimy enough to do it in the first place.

I think diving is disrespectful to the game, but this is a whole different level of disrespect.


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