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12-08-2007, 12:37 AM
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OT Hasek vs Gaborik

I'm sure most of you have already seen this, but this play was crazy.


270 degree rotation!

And the best part? The main board pits some of the worst whiners against each other. Minnesota fans vs Detroit fans.

I'd say it definitely deserved 2. No more.

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12-08-2007, 12:53 AM
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holy ****, that was ridiculous. Definately deserved two minutes at least that was a pretty dangerous play regardless of whether he got the puck first or not.

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12-08-2007, 12:54 AM
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I don't think it deserved a penalty at all. Hasek was going for the puck (and got it) and if Gaborik was even paying any attention (keeping his head up), he wouldn't have been flipped like that.

Yet another example as to why players need to keep their heads up. You'd think they'd learn.

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12-08-2007, 01:06 AM
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Hasek kicked his legs out. He could have just stacked the pads, but you can see him kick the legs up. That's tripping. Barry Melrose school of hockey, if you come out of the crease, you're fair game, and that's a trip.

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12-08-2007, 01:12 AM
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I don't think it deserved a penalty at all. Hasek was going for the puck (and got it) and if Gaborik was even paying any attention (keeping his head up), he wouldn't have been flipped like that.

Yet another example as to why players need to keep their heads up. You'd think they'd learn.
did you see how far out of his crease he was? That was a very dangerous play, no way does that belong in Hockey imo

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He did? Didn't look like he kicked his leg out to me. Even if he did a pad stack Gaborik still would have flipped over him.

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12-08-2007, 01:15 AM
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did you see how far out of his crease he was? That was a very dangerous play, no way does that belong in Hockey imo
The whole thing would have been avoided if Gaborik's head was up. Hasek is not the bad guy here, he's always played way out there. I agree, he shouldn't be so far out, but Gaborik needs to shoulder some blame for it too. He got cocky, thought he didn't need to keep his head up. If your head is down bad things are bound to happen. He's lucky he didn't get seriously injured.

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12-08-2007, 01:24 AM
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head down or not, having a goalie rush you sliding on the ice isn't the same as a normal check. Dom's center of gravity was about shin high on Gaborik, not to mention the momentum of dom and all that gear.

It's not like Dom took him standing up, he got speed and purposely slid into him pads out and contact was made behind the circles thats how far out he was. The last thing a guy is thinking about on a break away is getting his feet knocked out before he gets halfway to the goal.

I respect your point of view and all, but man I don't see much of a way to justify it myself.

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12-08-2007, 01:30 AM
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If a player slides and gets the puck it's no penalty.

Even if it does in this case permit a penalty i don't believe it should be. I won't debate the legality of the rules, i think goalies flying out like that is cool.

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12-08-2007, 01:32 AM
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First of all, that looked awesome.

Secondly, that is a minor penalty IMO. No more than that though.

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Is there a dangerous play penalty in the NHL?

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To be honest I don't even know why I'm defending the hit, I don't like either team to be truthful. Then again, it may have to do with the idiot Wild fans I dealt with earlier on another site about the whole thing (I hope Boogard tkaes out Jiguere!!111!)...ugh

The call could have gone either way to be honest, I just think Gaborik's head being down should have factored into the penalty call. Yeah, Hasek is crazy playing way the hell out there, and it is dangerous, but Gaborik could have skated around him, jumped over him, or even shot the puck over him into the empty net then try to avoid Dominik.

Then again hindsight is 20/20 I guess.

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12-08-2007, 01:40 AM
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I think tripping was the wrong call, this is probably the right one:

Rule 49 Clipping


Clipping is the act of throwing the body, from any direction, across or below the knees of an opponent.

A player may not deliver a check in a "clipping" manner, nor lower his own body position to deliver a check on or below an opponent's knees.

An illegal "low hit" is a check that is delivered by a player who may or may not have both skates on the ice, with his sole intent to check the opponent in the area of his knees. A player may not lower his body position to deliver a check to an opponent's knees.

A player who commits these fouls will be assessed a minor penalty for "clipping". If an injury occurs as a result of this "clipping" check, the player must be assessed a major penalty and a game misconduct.

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12-08-2007, 01:48 AM
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Has there even been a clipping penalty called in the NHL? I'm curious now, I see it several times a season in the NFL, but can't recall ever seeing it in the NHL.

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Has there even been a clipping penalty called in the NHL? I'm curious now, I see it several times a season in the NFL, but can't recall ever seeing it in the NHL.
There has. The rule was made in 2002, because of hit by Tucker on Peca in the play-offs, so it's not been about too long.

Here's a link to one. Jaroslav Spacek ('Hawks): 2 Minutes for Clipping Byron Ritchie (Flames)

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did you see how far out of his crease he was? That was a very dangerous play, no way does that belong in Hockey imo
but i guess a certain someone ramming a certain someones face into the glass while charging, from behind, with his elbows does? amirite?

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but i guess a certain someone ramming a certain someones face into the glass while charging, from behind, with his elbows does? amirite?
he got suspended for it bro why u still b****ing?

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but i guess a certain someone ramming a certain someones face into the glass while charging, from behind, with his elbows does? amirite?
I'm wondering, do you know what a "logical fallacy" is?

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but i guess a certain someone ramming a certain someones face into the glass while charging, from behind, with his elbows does? amirite?
I can see the future!

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yay for hasek

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12-08-2007, 01:42 PM
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No slide tackles in hockey. Solly, Hasek. Though I'm surprised they called it. Goalies get away with murder.

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I'm surprised Hasek or Gaborik didnt tear one of their tissue paper groins on the play.

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Dangerous play. So every time a guy is skating down the ice with the puck, he ought to be prepared to have the goalie come sliding at his legs near the circles?

I think it's such a joke how goalies can typically get away with plays like that, yet a player skates by them, they fall, and the guy gets a penalty.

Gaborik's flip was pretty sweet though, thank God he's okay, he could have landed pretty badly.

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Surprised Gaborik didn't get injured on the play given his history. I half expected his leg to fall out of his socket on that play.

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