Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    I don't think the hit is necessarily a penalty but he could have let up a little, the point isn't to put a guy in the hospital, when they say lack of respect between the players this is a good example. As for Rinaldo I really want him to get pounded, total punk

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:

    And anybody notice who the nutbar Rinaldo went after ?

    Kaspars Daugavins. He didn't have a penalty minute in 15 games this year let alone a fight before yesterday.



    Daugavins must be running his mouth or playing pretty chippy.  Thornton was giving it to him the last time.  Watching the reply, Daugavins skated to Rinaldo.

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:

     

    And anybody notice who the nutbar Rinaldo went after ?

    Kaspars Daugavins. He didn't have a penalty minute in 15 games this year let alone a fight before yesterday.

     



    Daugavins must be running his mouth or playing pretty chippy.  Thornton was giving it to him the last time.  Watching the reply, Daugavins skated to Rinaldo.

     



    May I add with his gloves still on.

    It was more of a hold onto the first guy you see reaction rather then a let's fight one.

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:


    May I add with his gloves still on.

    It was more of a hold onto the first guy you see reaction rather then a let's fight one.



    Sounds like he's been spending too much time at the rest stops with heyoo.

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:


    May I add with his gloves still on.

    It was more of a hold onto the first guy you see reactionrather then a let's fight one.

     

     



    Sounds like he's been spending too much time at the rest stops with heyoo.

     



    Chuckled on that one.


    Nice wording. But is it enough to avoid the wrath of the BDC police ? 

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    Four game suspension.

    Congrats to those of us who got it right.

    Booooo to you "looked good" boys.

     

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    Wow even Shanny got that one wrong!

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    In response to Crowls2424's comment:

    Agree with hang, not a blindside, no targeting of the head, looks like a pretty good hit to me as well.

    Assessed as a 5-minute major for charging on the ice.



    No reson to leave his feet,that's just to put more force into hit,and trying to really hurt the other person

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    Sorry for the no reply, I was being overly sarcastic.  In the New NHL the hit would be classified as a blindside and that he left his feet.  IMO Zolneirczyk had his head down going over the blue line. He should keep his head up!  A charging call, yep.  NHL discipline, nope.  I guess a player can skate with his head down now.  

     

    Not in line with the topic:  In Tampa yesterday Pouliot knew he was going to be leveled by Sidenberg, he braced himself then embellished as if he was boarded.  Pouliot was deliberately bracing for a hopeful penalty imo.  Boarding call, guess so, but another example of how the NHL is changing in it's attempt to protect players.  

     

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    You guys know it wasn't Rinaldo, right?  Did you watch the hit?

    Isla, how it is blindside?  It was head on!




     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    4 games!

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    4 games and Pacioretty gets none ??? 

     
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    Re: Flyers at it again: Zolnierczyk leave hsi feet right at impact

    Here is shannys explanation

    http://t.co/zzHEkN7iUz 

     

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