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4 hours ago, CANADIENS27 said:

Borowiecki was also given a game misconduct.  Eakin did not return to the game.  

 

 

 

4 hours ago, ramcharger440 said:

the guy is a thug! time to send a real message with some time off and enough money to get his attention.

Took a look at the replay and if you look at it at real speed, it's really hard to tell if the hit is legal or not. From the initial angles, it almost looks like it's a full-body contact, but when I slowed it down, you can see he clearly picks he head as the primary point of contact. So IMO, this should be at least 5 games given the fact he's a very quick repeat offender with a history.

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I always hate players intentionally injuring each other. Years ago I said that the only way to change this behavior was to hand out indefinite lengths of suspensions. The suspension length should depend on how long the injured player is out. If a guy throws an elbow to the head and causes another player to be out for 5 games with a concussion then the aggressor does not play until the injured player returns to the lineup. If it's a blindside hit that causes a player to be out for the remainder of the season then the other player loses the season as well. If like in the case of Burtuzzi on Moore it causes a career ending injury then the player is kicked out of the league. Simply put the punishment should be equal to the other teams loss. This would get rid of ALL stupid malicious plays. 

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2 hours ago, campabee82 said:

I always hate players intentionally injuring each other. Years ago I said that the only way to change this behavior was to hand out indefinite lengths of suspensions. The suspension length should depend on how long the injured player is out. If a guy throws an elbow to the head and causes another player to be out for 5 games with a concussion then the aggressor does not play until the injured player returns to the lineup. If it's a blindside hit that causes a player to be out for the remainder of the season then the other player loses the season as well. If like in the case of Burtuzzi on Moore it causes a career ending injury then the player is kicked out of the league. Simply put the punishment should be equal to the other teams loss. This would get rid of ALL stupid malicious plays. 

i fully agree, CPAB, with everything you have said. 

 

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Brendan Lemieux will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety. The date is to be determined.

The Winnipeg Jets forward is facing discipline for an illegal check to the head on Florida Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck on Friday.

The incident occurred at 14:37 of the second period of Florida's 4-2 win at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland. Lemieux was given a match penalty. Trocheck was not injured.

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The NHL has suspended Winnipeg Jets forward Brendan Lemieux for two games for an illegal check to the head of Florida Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck.

The incident occurred in the second period of the Panthers’ 4-2 win over the Jets on Friday in Helsinki, Finland. Lemieux skated by Trocheck and hit him in the head after the Panthers forward passed the puck into the Jets’ zone.

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3 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

The NHL has suspended Winnipeg Jets forward Brendan Lemieux for two games for an illegal check to the head of Florida Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck.

The incident occurred in the second period of the Panthers’ 4-2 win over the Jets on Friday in Helsinki, Finland. Lemieux skated by Trocheck and hit him in the head after the Panthers forward passed the puck into the Jets’ zone.

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2 games.......laughable.

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4 hours ago, CANADIENS27 said:

NHL.com.  Edmonton's Milan Lucic will have a hearing for roughing against Tampa Bay forward Mathieu Joseph.  The incident occurred at 9:31 of the third period. Lucic was given minor penalties for interference and roughing and misconduct.  Lucic has now been fined $10,000.  

 

 

Looks like being a Bruin at one time carries protection for the rest of your career.

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On 11/7/2018 at 9:21 PM, habs1952 said:

Looks like being a Bruin at one time carries protection for the rest of your career.

 

On 11/7/2018 at 4:46 PM, CANADIENS27 said:

NHL.com.  Edmonton's Milan Lucic will have a hearing for roughing against Tampa Bay forward Mathieu Joseph.  The incident occurred at 9:31 of the third period. Lucic was given minor penalties for interference and roughing and misconduct.  Lucic has now been fined $10,000.  

 

 

 

On 11/7/2018 at 9:21 PM, habs1952 said:

Looks like being a Bruin at one time carries protection for the rest of your career.

Milan Lucic Punches Rookie Mathieu Joseph In The Head After Hit. 

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On 10/25/2018 at 9:34 PM, habs1952 said:

Tom Wilson's suspension has been upheld by Bettman.

 

On 10/4/2018 at 11:02 PM, kinot-2 said:

Wilson, who is losing over $1 mil., is appealing the decision to suspend him 20 games.

Capitals forward Tom Wilson’s 20-game suspension reduced to 14

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1 hour ago, CANADIENS27 said:

NHL.com.  Winnipeg defenseman Josh Morrisey will have a hearing for interference/unsportsmanlike conduct against Washington forward T. J. Oshie.  The incident occurred at 18:36 of the third period and no penalty was assessed.  

 

 

Go to :90 secs. 

 

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3 hours ago, habs1952 said:

Absolutely disgusting play when players throw opponents to the ice. Nowhere in the rulebook is that a legal play and it's been happening for far too long.

Winnipeg Jets defenceman Josh Morrissey has been fined for Wednesday’s hit on the Washington Capitals‘ T.J. Oshie, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced Thursday.

Morrissey has been fined $8,467.74, the maximum allowable under the CBA.

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3 hours ago, CANADIENS27 said:

NHL.com.  Arizona forward Josh Archibald will have a hearing for an illegal check to the head of Nashville forward Ryan Walton.  The incident occurred at 18:19 of the second period.  Archibald was assessed a minor penalty.  

 

 

Suspended 2 games.

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