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Bakunin
02-11-2012, 12:08 AM
I just don't see it.
Then you are clearly blind.

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:08 AM
Credibility: gone. Even some tUMD fans were saying dunzo.

Maybe I didn't see the same angle as them. I only caught a portion of it while talking in chat. Is there a video of it?

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:09 AM
Then you are clearly blind.

Ah yes, because he didn't hit him in the head. It was from the front. It wasn't off the boards.

MMECT
02-11-2012, 12:09 AM
At what point does the player that gets hit need to own up and protect themselves? After watching the replay a few more times, Zucker did have a second or two to do something...not just sit there and take the hit. I would be all for him putting his gloves, stick, whatever up to defend himself in that situation. Most of the time that isn't physically possible, but in the times that it is (as the case tonight) I have no problem with Zucker doing anything possible to defend himself. One thing that hockey's proven over and over again is that you cannot assume anything during the course of a game...especially that your clear of cheap shots / late hits.

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:12 AM
At what point does the player that gets hit need to own up and protect themselves? After watching the replay a few more times, Zucker did have a second or two to do something...not just sit there and take the hit. I would be all for him putting his gloves, stick, whatever up to defend himself in that situation. Most of the time that isn't physically possible, but in the times that it is (as the case tonight) I have no problem with Zucker doing anything possible to defend himself. One thing that hockey's proven over and over again is that you cannot assume anything during the course of a game...especially that your clear of cheap shots / late hits.

Now that's completely unfair. Rau had no business charging the kid like he did. It's up to Rau to decide not be a complete dumb*ss. He chose poorly.

The Rube
02-11-2012, 12:13 AM
Now that's completely unfair. Rau had no business charging the kid like he did. It's up to Rau to decide not be a complete dumb*ss. He chose poorly.

Hmm.....you flipped? BoomBOX.

It's a 5, you know it, and no I'm not LaPanta.

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:14 AM
Hmm.....you flipped? BoomBOX.

It's a 5, you know it, and no I'm not LaPanta.

Uh... Read that again.

Gurtholfin
02-11-2012, 12:16 AM
Ah yes, because he didn't hit him in the head. It was from the front. It wasn't off the boards.


At what point does the player that gets hit need to own up and protect themselves? After watching the replay a few more times, Zucker did have a second or two to do something...not just sit there and take the hit. I would be all for him putting his gloves, stick, whatever up to defend himself in that situation. Most of the time that isn't physically possible, but in the times that it is (as the case tonight) I have no problem with Zucker doing anything possible to defend himself. One thing that hockey's proven over and over again is that you cannot assume anything during the course of a game...especially that your clear of cheap shots / late hits.


This is proof that life is just a circle.

Same things that some SCSU fans were saying about Marvin and some UND fans say, well, about everyone on their team at some point. ;)

We chastise them for it, yet look at this... :confused:


Yes, Zucker should have avoided that hit. It's his fault. Brilliant! :rolleyes:

trixR4kids
02-11-2012, 12:16 AM
The hit by Rau was uncalled for and kind of stupid. It didn't really serve any purpose to hit him in that situation.

But a suspension? :rolleyes: It should have just been called 2 minutes for charging and left at that. He didn't leave his feet, didn't hit him from behind, and didn't contact the head. 2 minutes for charging exists for a reason and it was applicable in this situation. If you want to give 5 minutes for charging because the guy got hurt... fine. But a game misconduct is silly and a suspension is just plain crazy.

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:17 AM
The hit by Rau was uncalled for and kind of stupid. It didn't really serve any purpose to hit him in that situation.

But a suspension? :rolleyes: It should have just been called 2 minutes for charging and left at that. He didn't leave his feet, didn't hit him from behind, and didn't contact the head. 2 minutes for charging exists for a reason and it was applicable in this situation. If you want to give 5 minutes for charging because the guy got hurt... fine. But a game misconduct is silly and a suspension is just plain crazy.

Thank you!

MMECT
02-11-2012, 12:17 AM
Now that's completely unfair. Rau had no business charging the kid like he did. It's up to Rau to decide not be a complete dumb*ss. He chose poorly.

I never said the hit was ok, acceptable and/or fair. I was simply stating that everyone on the ice needs to watch out for themselves...to prevent the dumb*ss hits like Rau's.

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:18 AM
Yes, Zucker should have avoided that hit. It's his fault. Brilliant! :rolleyes:

Don't you dare lump me in with that.

The Rube
02-11-2012, 12:18 AM
Uh... Read that again.

I did. You said the hit was unnecessary. And Rau had no business charging the kid.That's exactly what we're arguing. And now you have flipped from "not a cheap hit/5" to "total dumbarse."

It's a 5. And arguably a game. Stop backtracking.

vizoroo
02-11-2012, 12:18 AM
Maybe I didn't see the same angle as them. I only caught a portion of it while talking in chat. Is there a video of it?#326 in score updates

Gurtholfin
02-11-2012, 12:19 AM
Don't you dare lump me in with that.

Sorry, but you are downplaying it a bit...

My bad tho.

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:19 AM
#326 in score updates

THe UMD video?

dxmnkd316
02-11-2012, 12:19 AM
I did. You said the hit was unnecessary. And Rau had no business charging the kid.That's exactly what we're arguing. And now you have flipped from "not a cheap hit/5" to "total dumbarse."

It's a 5. And arguably a game. Stop backtracking.

I never said it wasn't a cheap hit. I never said it was a five. You are simply fabricating these statements.

GopherBigGuy911
02-11-2012, 12:24 AM
The hit by Rau was uncalled for and kind of stupid. It didn't really serve any purpose to hit him in that situation.

But a suspension? :rolleyes: It should have just been called 2 minutes for charging and left at that. He didn't leave his feet, didn't hit him from behind, and didn't contact the head. 2 minutes for charging exists for a reason and it was applicable in this situation. If you want to give 5 minutes for charging because the guy got hurt... fine. But a game misconduct is silly and a suspension is just plain crazy. actually if you watch the replay rau does leave his feet and jump into Zucker

trixR4kids
02-11-2012, 12:26 AM
He doesn't leave his feet. When he spins around from hitting the guy one foot leaves the ice but that's about it.

The Rube
02-11-2012, 12:27 AM
I never said it wasn't a cheap hit. I never said it was a five. You are simply fabricating these statements.

You said he didn't deserve the five. Then you say it was a cheap hit, he was a dumbarse for delivering such a cheap hit. You are sitting on the fence like a mofo after being refuted by anyone and everyone.

Admit you are wrong. It was a hit deserving of a five. C'mon, you can do it, we've all done it. Admit you're wrong in your initial stance!