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Griffin Reinhart suspended four games

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01-04-2013, 03:03 PM
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Did you see Reinhart's double take? Look again, it was an accident. If it wasn't intentional, that wouldn't have been his immediate reaction.
I'd suspect that's from his realization that he just popped him in the face.

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01-04-2013, 03:03 PM
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Are we all watching the same play? 4 games for the play in the corner?

Two minutes for a deliberate slash. A game because the net result of the play was a slash that resulted in his stick riding up the opponents stick to his face. You need to be responsible for your stick even if not premeditated. This happens in hockey every game.

4 games is way too much.

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01-04-2013, 03:10 PM
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Are we all watching the same play? 4 games for the play in the corner?

Two minutes for a deliberate slash. A game because the net result of the play was a slash that resulted in his stick riding up the opponents stick to his face. You need to be responsible for your stick even if not premeditated. This happens in hockey every game.

4 games is way too much.
This exactly. No issue with 1 game since it did hit him in the head and it "looked" bad. I just don't see how this is worse than a cross check to the face.

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01-04-2013, 03:11 PM
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HWC just uploaded a better version of the slash.



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I just don't get why he is swinging his stick in Trochecks direction when the puck is along the sideboards almost behind him.

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01-04-2013, 03:15 PM
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It looked very intentional to me. He looks at the player right before he hits him in the head while the puck is still in front of him.

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01-04-2013, 03:23 PM
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HWC just uploaded a better version of the slash.


Thanks, it is even more clear one that this was an accident. He wasn't even trying to slash him. They make stick on stick contact and it flies up into the head.

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01-04-2013, 03:26 PM
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It looked very intentional to me. He looks at the player right before he hits him in the head while the puck is still in front of him.
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01-04-2013, 03:26 PM
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4 games. Wow. That's ridiculous.

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01-04-2013, 03:27 PM
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Thanks, it is even more clear on that that this was an accident. He wasn't even trying to slash him. They make stick on stick contact and it flies up into the head.
Wow. How do you explain him facing 180 degrees away from the puck? Just look at the still shot on the video. The puck is at the goal line against the boards. I think you're being a troll, but if you're actually being serious explain please.

I don't think it is worth 4 games, but it's hard, if not impossible to argue this isn't intentional.

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01-04-2013, 03:28 PM
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Of course it's a deliberate slash. Typical hockey play to create some space for a defenceman who wants to limit the effect of the fore check.
In other words if you're going to push me into the boards I'm going to retaliate. Anybody out there play hockey before?

The problem of course is that his stick rides up and causes a more serious foul but not 4 games worth.

As an aside more Dmen are getting seriously hurt since the rules have changed to disallow holding up or obstructing forecheckers at the blueline. Just throwing that out there as part of the greater scheme of things.

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01-04-2013, 03:30 PM
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By the same logic the infamous Brashear 2 handed head shot should have been 0 games because that kind of stuff hadn't been seen yet
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Of course it's a deliberate slash. Typical hockey play to create some space for a defenceman who wants to limit the effect of the fore check.
In other words if you're going to push me into the boards I'm going to retaliate. Anybody out there play hockey before?

The problem of course is that his stick rides up and causes a more serious foul but not 4 games worth.

As an aside more Dmen are getting seriously hurt since the rules have changed to disallow holding up or obstructing forecheckers at the blueline. Just throwing that out there as part of the greater scheme of things.
He's already got control of the puck. He rubbed Trocheck out of the play and put his body between Trocheck and the puck.

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01-04-2013, 03:31 PM
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Wow. How do you explain him facing 180 degrees away from the puck? Just look at the still shot on the video. The puck is at the goal line against the boards. I think you're being a troll, but if you're actually being serious explain please.

I don't think it is worth 4 games, but it's hard, if not impossible to argue this isn't intentional.
What? He is falling backwards and sliding. Do you know anything about momentum? He goes to bring his stick across his body because thats the way he got turned. As he does this, the American stick blade hits his stick. At this point his stick bounces and ramps up into his head. It looks from the front like he does it on purpose but from the side you see what really happened.

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01-04-2013, 03:32 PM
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Interesting that the US player brings his stick around as well. What was his intent? Who knows.

No way he gets 4 games for that.

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01-04-2013, 03:33 PM
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He's already got control of the puck. He rubbed Trocheck out of the play and put his body between Trocheck and the puck.
Doesn,t matter the message is still the same. Don't **** with me physically.

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Longest suspension in the history of this event, for an accidental high stick. .....

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01-04-2013, 03:41 PM
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Just saw the incident and it looked bad. Reinhart turned around and watch Trocheck before he hit him in the face, certainly looked intentional to me. Reinhart was probably frustrated like many Canadians and wasn't thinking, he deserves every game IMO.

"I didnt try to hurt the guy" and "I was falling, and I know I'm responsible for my own stick but.." are oldest excuses in the book. He look at Trocheck and then hit him with the stick.

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I can't see how anyone can say that's accidental. It looks so intentional that I'm can't help but laugh at the people defending it.

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01-04-2013, 03:48 PM
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Just saw the incident and it looked bad. Reinhart turned around and watch Trocheck before he hit him in the face, certainly looked intentional to me. Reinhart was probably frustrated like many Canadians and wasn't thinking, he deserves every game IMO.

"I didnt try to hurt the guy" and "I was falling, and I know I'm responsible for my own stick but.." are oldest excuses in the book. He look at Trocheck and then hit him with the stick.
So because he isn't the first to say it, it means it isn't true?

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01-04-2013, 03:50 PM
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So because he isn't the first to say it, it means it isn't true?
No, but they all trying to use it to get away from a stupid move they did on the ice. People calling it "accidental" need to take another look or should seriously consider seeing an eye-doctor. There is no way you can look at a player slash him in the head and calling it an accident. He doesnt even look out of balance with one knee on the ice and the other skate stretched out like that.

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01-04-2013, 03:51 PM
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I can't see how anyone can say that's accidental. It looks so intentional that I'm can't help but laugh at the people defending it.
Yes, he intended for their sticks to hit, on such and angle it would drive up, hit the Americans glove, then hit him in the head.

Reinhart in a split second thinking genius.

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Yes, he intended for their sticks to hit, on such and angle it would drive up, hit the Americans glove, then hit him in the head.

Reinhart in a split second thinking genius.
Dangerous use of his stick in any case, he took a big whack at the US player and got him in the head. That being said the suspension was too hefty, one game should have done it.

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For those asking, Griffin Reinhart's 4G suspension is ludicrous.


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