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04-05-2007, 01:32 AM
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Teemu McSorley

for those of you who havent heard yet, Ron Wilson pulled a Jacques Demers at the Sharks-Ducks game tonight. He told the refs that Selanne was using an illegal stick just as overtime was about to start with the Ducks on a 4-on-3 powerplay. The refs measured the stick and it was illegal. 2 minutes for Selanne, negating the power play chance in overtime. (ducks lostin the shootout)
The real kicker is that this happened in a Ducks-SHARKS game, so Marty was in the building doing commentary during the whole ordeal. He talked about the responsibility of the players, trainers, and coaches to ensure that this doesnt happen. Talk about irony.

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Would have been much better if it cost them a cup finals game

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With the relaxed rules on stick curves, why in the *hell* is anyone still using an illegal blade?

What a moron!

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With the relaxed rules on stick curves, why in the *hell* is anyone still using an illegal blade?
FYI, he wasn't caught for an illegal curve. He was caught for having his blade too wide. He said that it was to help keep the puck from bouncing around on the poor ice. As it turned out, the puck bounced off of the legal stick in the shootout, so he did have a point (though, clearly, no defense).

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FYI, he wasn't caught for an illegal curve. He was caught for having his blade too wide. He said that it was to help keep the puck from bouncing around on the poor ice. As it turned out, the puck bounced off of the legal stick in the shootout, so he did have a point (though, clearly, no defense).
Now that's funkin' funny!

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I am surprised it happend this late. That stick blade is about a wide as a goalie blade. The only other guy I can remember that used a stick blade that wide was Patty Verbeek.

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That's hilarious...I agree, it would have been really nice to see this happen in a playoff scenario just like when we got screwed in 93'

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