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03-08-2006, 09:15 PM
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illegal stick

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how fitting is this after tonights game? how do you guys feel about it?

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I feel it wen't real well.

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Jagr, Playing hockey A+, tapes and measurements F

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I don't mind stick measurements at all but they have to speed it up somehow. They brought out the Zamboni's because they took so long. I don't want to make excuses for Lundy but he looked like he lost focus due to the long delay. He's usually among the best in breakaway/shootout situations.

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^^

Same could be said for Lehtonen.

I don't think that this one was really Jagr's fault completely. It seemed to me that (this time) he honestly thought (along with the Rangers staff) that his stick was legal and they measured differently.

Did Renney talk about it in post-game? Center ice doesn't show that stuff.

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It took a while...

because they wanted to be sure they got it right, since it was the game and these teams are in playoff races. There was questions as to how it's measured - the referee (was it McCreary, I forget) thought one way, Jagr the other. The ref wanted to make no mistake, and he wanted to ensure to the Rangers that the call was correct. I'm fine with things taking longer if it's to get something right (like a replay of a goal).

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^^ it was Kahorski

Jagr in the papers said Kahorski measured it from the wrong point. Kahorski said he measured it from where he deemed the shaft met the blade, he also said it wasn't even close.

I wanna believe JJ but i dont know

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^^ it was Kahorski

Jagr in the papers said Kahorski measured it from the wrong point. Kahorski said he measured it from where he deemed the shaft met the blade, he also said it wasn't even close.

I wanna believe JJ but i dont know
I'd believe anyone over koharski he is as incompetent as they come.

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Well all sticks are measured by NYR's "equipment guys" . Maybe JJ has one secret "wood bending machine" under his place in bench

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Blar, a half inch curve? **** that. You ever play with a half inch curve? If you did you'd utter explicits about it, too. Jesus, who cares about curves so long as they're not something extremely radical? Ugh, stupid NHL rules.

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**** happens - move on, move on.

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The curve rule honestly is a joke. It was put into place to control insane shots when guys had minimal equipment (No helmets/crappy helmets). There is no need for a curve rule now. if you wanna bend your stick like a banana, you sacrafice your backhand. Price you pay.

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The curve rule honestly is a joke. It was put into place to control insane shots when guys had minimal equipment (No helmets/crappy helmets). There is no need for a curve rule now. if you wanna bend your stick like a banana, you sacrafice your backhand. Price you pay.
i agree 100 percent. it is a matter of preference- there are pros and cons to what you decide

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The curve rule honestly is a joke. It was put into place to control insane shots when guys had minimal equipment (No helmets/crappy helmets). There is no need for a curve rule now. if you wanna bend your stick like a banana, you sacrafice your backhand. Price you pay.
Totally agree

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I was at the game and saw Don Waddel before the game

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I'd believe anyone over koharski he is as incompetent as they come.
walking into the officials room with 2 dozen krispy kreams! I don't know if that had any bearing on the game or not.

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Don't tell that to one of our posters

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Well all sticks are measured by NYR's "equipment guys" . Maybe JJ has one secret "wood bending machine" under his place in bench
that will ruin his renney is soft, has seperate rules for Jagr theory.

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