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Group A • Dec. 26 • Slovakia 3, United States 7

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Slovakia 12 21.05%
U.S. 45 78.95%
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12-26-2009, 08:21 PM
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what the hell are you watching, there wasn't any leading with the head nor was there contact to the head.
You did not see it from the right angle is all I can gather. You will see it was a clear lead with the head. Facemask to head.

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what the hell are you watching, there wasn't any leading with the head nor was there contact to the head.
Yes there was. The TSN replays show it, and I'm watching it on my PVR right now. There is definitely head to head contact.

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#17 on Slovakia has got a cannon of a shot.

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Whatever NHL Network is showing, it sure didn't look like a headshot.

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The #17 dude for Slovakia has skills, is he draft eligible?

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How exactly do you throw the WRONG PLAYER out of the game??

Tha was brutal

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Watch it. It's shoulder to shoulder and head to head, technically it's a head shot.
Wow seriously? You ever heard of a shoulder check before? That's what that was. It's not a head shot if someone gets laid out with a shoulder check and there's coincidental head contact.

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slovakia is still going to lose despite the bias from the middle european refs.

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Whatever NHL Network is showing, it sure didn't look like a headshot.
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Good intelligent statement. Different between a clean hit, where a guy hit his face off the ice, and Cormier elbowing guys in the face skating to the bench.
I wonder how much damage that big full face helmet did to that kids face before he hit the ice.

It was a head shot. It might have been a shoulder, head to head, or shock! even an elbow.

It's not intent, it the result. Piss poor officials for getting the wrong guy in the box

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Wow seriously? You ever heard of a shoulder check before? That's what that was. It's not a head shot if someone gets laid out with a shoulder check and there's coincidental head contact.
The rule about hits to the head doesn't say that the shoulder has to hit the head. The IIHF is very strict on head shots.

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The initial contact was Zucker's shoulder to the guy's chest. How someone can say that is a headshot, I have no idea.

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Does anyone have a link to the WJC website? I want to view boxscores, recaps ect. Thanks.
http://www.iihf.com/

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Wow seriously? You ever heard of a shoulder check before? That's what that was. It's not a head shot if someone gets laid out with a shoulder check and there's coincidental head contact.
Coincidental head contact? Perhaps - I am sure he did not mean to lead with his head but it is his head that makes contact with Stajnoch first. That is how he gets knocked out before he hits the ice. Try watching it in slow motion on your PVR.

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Looks like another year of being dissapointed by the US. I think the only difference is at least I'm not waking up at 5 am to watch it

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The rule about hits to the head doesn't say that the shoulder has to hit the head. The IIHF is very strict on head shots.
So it's a headshot even though there was no contact to the head? Got it...

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Yes there was. The TSN replays show it, and I'm watching it on my PVR right now. There is definitely head to head contact.
Yup,definately. I'm doubting it was on purpose (or it didnt reeally look like it), but there was head-to-head contact and that's enough to cjustify the penalty, even if it was kind of a judgment call (i wouldn't have called a major, but i also would have penalized the right guy )

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Who was the slovakian player knocked out?

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The initial contact was Zucker's shoulder to the guy's chest. How someone can say that is a headshot, I have no idea.
Try watching it. What network are you watching on?

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Coincidental head contact? Perhaps - I am sure he did not mean to lead with his head but it is his head that makes contact with Stajnoch first. That is how he gets knocked out before he hits the ice. Try watching it in slow motion on your PVR.
I'm sorry, but his shoulder made contact with the chest first.

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Try watching it. What network are you watching on?
NHL Network.

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