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Adam Burish: Dive of the season?

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03-23-2013, 07:01 PM
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This is extra funny because in the second period Clowe was doing commentary on the Sharks broadcast and went out of his way to say the Sharks dive the least of any team he's ever seen.
It's true if he only watches Vancouver.

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Any self-respecting hockey fan would be upset with it. Just because the Sharks antics haven't resulted in a Cup doesn't mean its all right.
What antics? Most of the calls against Detroit were legit.

Detroit didn't play every minute of that series honest, either.

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Please explain how his legs came out from under him then?

Both calls were correct in the fact that they were interference. Both players embellished them, since that is the only way of getting a call anymore. You could make a thread about every team if you want to.
Umm... my answer is from Shep driving him into the boards.

Here is the Shark replay in slow motion. At which second in this video does Seto grab Shep's arm? Maybe as Seto is falling he pulls Shep down, but that is after the fact and not visible from what I see here.


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03-23-2013, 07:02 PM
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What interference? It's not interference if you skate into a player's back.
He picked Burish. It was interference. Burish sold it to get the call.

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03-23-2013, 07:03 PM
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It's true if he only watches Vancouver.
Or any other team in the league.

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03-23-2013, 07:05 PM
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Nowhere near as good as OV's...




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Umm... my answer is from Shep driving him into the boards.

Here is the Shark replay in slow motion. At which second in this video does Seto grab Shep's arm? Maybe as Seto is falling he pulls Shep down, but that is after the fact and not visible from what I see here.

It appears that I was incorrect.

I don't really see Sheppard drive him into the boards too hard, though. It's intereference, but Seto looked like he made sure it got noticed.

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03-23-2013, 07:09 PM
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It appears that I was incorrect.

I don't really see Sheppard drive him into the boards too hard, though. It's intereference, but Seto looked like he made sure it got noticed.
That I will agree with. He probably could have maintained his balance. I guess he still had a bit of "Shark" left in him.

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He picked Burish. It was interference. Burish sold it to get the call.
Just stop. You obviously have no idea what you're talking about.

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Tim Topmas in the SCF's was pretty good. Even the Boston announcers called it out.

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This one still takes the cake:


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I would give this one the nod had he been writhing around in pain afterwards like Burish.
Honestly, it looks more like he lost his balance and caught his fall with his hands. There should not have been a penalty on that, but I don't he dived. Not only did he get up right away, to me it looked like he was not expecting any call to be made. If you watch his skates when he brushes up against the Anaheim player he is on one leg, and try to get the other skate in front of the opposing player. The Anaheim player does not let him and the Chicago player is caught off balanced and falls down hard.

A real embellishment is like the Avery dive posted earlier.

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03-23-2013, 07:26 PM
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Maybe the camera angles make it look worse than it was, but this looks really bad.

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Just stop. You obviously have no idea what you're talking about.
Watch the replay without your Wild glasses on. Konopka sees Burish skating laterally and steps in his path. It's right there in the video.

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03-23-2013, 07:27 PM
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Impressive dive....but Ovechkin's "Platoon" dive was far superior in every aspect of great diving.

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Am I the only one who doesn't think its as bad as everyone is saying? I mean, he took a shoulder to the head. Who knows what he could've been feeling?

It is embarrassing that he ran straight into the player...
I think that he embellished it but this is true. He did get a should to the face which isn't pleasant normally

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Watch the replay without your Wild glasses on. Konopka sees Burish skating laterally and steps in his path. It's right there in the video.
I didn't know he had eyes in the back of his head. Burish literally skates face first into his back.

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I didn't know he had eyes in the back of his head. Burish literally skates face first into his back.
take off your Min glasses man, he knew exactly what he was doing

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I didn't know he had eyes in the back of his head. Burish literally skates face first into his back.
That is irrelevant. Again, Konopka saw Burish skating parallel to the blue line and stepped in his path. He may not have intended to create contact, but there was and that is why it was interference. Burish diving doesn't make this any less of an interference.

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03-23-2013, 07:51 PM
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Ill give that only 3 Sedins.

I deducted 1 Sedin for actually making a contact with an opponent and also 1 Sedin deducted for not staying down like you've been shot.

But overall, not bad.

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Watch the replay without your Wild glasses on. Konopka sees Burish skating laterally and steps in his path. It's right there in the video.
Stop making a fool out of yourself. Its really embarrassing.

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Stop making a fool out of yourself. Its really embarrassing.
I would think that if he was skating (sorry, coasting) so nonchalantly while his team is trying to enter the zone his coach would be upset because he literally wasn't trying to do anything with the play or the puck at that moment.

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Stop making a fool out of yourself. Its really embarrassing.
The video proves otherwise. Read the rulebook and watch the video. Textbook interference. If you say otherwise, your a homer who doesn't know the rules.

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I would think that if he was skating (sorry, coasting) so nonchalantly while his team is trying to enter the zone his coach would be upset because he literally wasn't trying to do anything with the play or the puck at that moment.
No ****. Konopka only goal on that play was to obstruct Burish from getting to the puck carrier. Thankfully, i'm not the only one who isn't delusional.

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Sharks always play like that, trying to get 5on3s and score freebies

Setogucci and thornton was hilarious in the playoffs a few years ago


As bad as that dive looked it led to a pretty awesome GIF.


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