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05-02-2013, 09:59 PM
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Gryba should definitely play tomorrow.
Could be a good distraction for habs and draw some penalties if he plays smart.

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05-02-2013, 10:02 PM
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Not to mention Subban left his feet on both hits.

But he does that on every hit.
Seriously. Just rewatched it and it's dangerous as hell. He could've easily cut Neil's head off with his skates flying around.

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05-02-2013, 10:03 PM
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As a Leafs fan, I hate the two teams equally (but have decided its not worth it getting into a main board/Habs board debate about it) and I gotta agree with the theme of the thread.

Clean hit. Unfortunate results.

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05-02-2013, 10:06 PM
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Feel horrible for Eller. But it was a clean, great hit. Anyone who says anything different has no business watching hockey.

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05-02-2013, 10:07 PM
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relax man were talking penalty high sticking with blood is 4 minutes. It happens lets just be happy it didn't cost us the game.

For real i can see why it was called. you see the head get hit and the guy in unconscious bleeding on the ground. It's a no brainer.
That that's the problem. He didn't get hit in the head. It wasn't until he hit the ice that he hit his head.

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Not to mention Subban left his feet on both hits.

But he does that on every hit.
I don't understand why guys can consistently get away with leaving their feet on east-west type hits when leaving their feet on a north-south hit is basically an automatic ejection.

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From watching it in slow mo, it should not have been a penalty.

BUT when watching it live and what not -- I can see how it was called.

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05-02-2013, 10:12 PM
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That Subban hit looked clean to me.

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That Subban hit looked clean to me.
42.1 Charging - A minor or major penalty shall be imposed on a player who skates or jumps into, or charges an opponent in any manner.

The guy consistently leaves his feet on his "big hits", but because the media loves the guy, no one likes to call him out on it.

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That Subban hit looked clean to me.
On Neil? He left his feet as he made the hit, as he usually does. Whether he causes injury on not doesn't matter, leaving your feet is supposed to be an automatic charging call.

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Guys., I hope you`ve figured this out by now. When anybody plays against the HABS, your playing against the refs at the same time, its the league policy! so your short handed right off the bat., this has been going on for years!!! Ask the Hawks, Bruins, Red Wings, Rangers, Leafs. 26 cups my ***
Real Talk

the refs make calls to please the crowd in the Bell Center

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Don Cherry could show that hit from 100 different angles, and sell the most DVDs to date.

KEEP YOUR HEAD UP!

Clean hit, unfortunate result.

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I would wet myself with glee if Subban gets suspended for that hit while Gryba gets off scott-free.

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the refs make calls to please the crowd
I don't think that's the case.

In real time and with blood all over the ice, it's 100% understandable why they made the call..

We have the benefit of replays. They don't.

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I don't think that's the case.

In real time and with blood all over the ice, it's 100% understandable why they made the call..

We have the benefit of replays. They don't.
yeah i get why they made the call and can't blame them. could have called the prust high stick on andy though

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42.1 Charging - A minor or major penalty shall be imposed on a player who skates or jumps into, or charges an opponent in any manner.

The guy consistently leaves his feet on his "big hits", but because the media loves the guy, no one likes to call him out on it.
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On Neil? He left his feet as he made the hit, as he usually does. Whether he causes injury on not doesn't matter, leaving your feet is supposed to be an automatic charging call.
I'm not sold Subban jumped into it, as opposed to Subban gaining air as a consequence of the collision. He definitely propels upward (as do a lot of players on hits).

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I would wet myself with glee if Subban gets suspended for that hit while Gryba gets off scott-free.
Neither were dirty at all.

Subbans hit was awesome. Neil knew it was coming but made the play anyway and paid the price knowingly for the team. Subban tagged him, it was heart all around.

Grybas hit was clean but hard and the refs didn't have the balls to let it go because of the blood and whiny habs fans who booed every time a habs player fell.

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I don't think that's the case.

In real time and with blood all over the ice, it's 100% understandable why they made the call..

We have the benefit of replays. They don't.
Even refs without replays didn't see head contact here. They called interference. 5-minute interference penalty. Is there even such a thing in the rulebook?

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I'm not sold Subban jumped into it, as opposed to Subban gaining air as a consequence of the collision. He definitely propels upward (as do a lot of players on hits).
Subban skates like a galloping horse so his hits look awkward. I'm with you, that hit was clean.

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Neither were dirty at all.

Subbans hit was awesome. Neil knew it was coming but made the play anyway and paid the price knowingly for the team. Subban tagged him, it was heart all around.

Grybas hit was clean but hard and the refs didn't have the balls to let it go because of the blood and whiny habs fans who booed every time a habs player fell.
Oh, I don't disagree with you at all. I was just thinking (dreaming) of how up in arms the Hab's faithful would be in that hypothetical situation.

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I don't think that's the case.

In real time and with blood all over the ice, it's 100% understandable why they made the call..

We have the benefit of replays. They don't.
all you have to do is look up the Habs penalties drawn at home vs the road

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Even refs without replays didn't see head contact here. They called interference. 5-minute interference penalty. Is there even such a thing in the rulebook?
Hey man, I've given up trying to understand this league. If I saw a 5 minute major for delay of game I'm not sure I'd blink.

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Gryba showed his class by refusing to pummel the midget that tried to fight him right after the hit!

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Even refs without replays didn't see head contact here. They called interference. 5-minute interference penalty. Is there even such a thing in the rulebook?


That being said, this play was not an example of it; Eller touching the puck nullifies an interference minor let alone major.

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all you have to do is look up the Habs penalties drawn at home vs the road

Habs were actually 1st in the NHL in penalties drawn at home AND on the road.

You guys definitely got the short end of the stick from the officiating. Anderson took a lot of abuse (specifically from Gallagher) with no calls and of course the blatant Subban dive draws a PP.

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