Hamhuis

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    Hamhuis

    All they kept saying on NBC was that he was hurt by Krejci's cross check. No way.
    Looks to me like he hurt his leg throwing that low check. His knee seemed to buckle once his skate hit the boards. Can't find anything on it in the papers.
     
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    In Response to Hamhuis:
    [QUOTE]All they kept saying on NBC was that he was hurt by Krejci's cross check. No way. Looks to me like he hurt his leg throwing that low check. His knee seemed to buckle once his skate hit the boards. Can't find anything on it in the papers.
    Posted by seobrien[/QUOTE]

    Yeah usually when you get hit in the head its not your knee that gives out and buckles.

    But maybe when you try to throw a clip on a 245pd monster your knee gives out. NBC is ugh..
     
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         http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=564528&cmpid=rss-lozo

    "Canucks coach Alain Vigneault said Hamhuis is day-to-day. Depending on the severity of the injury, it's possible the two days of rest before Saturday's Game 2 could improve Hamhuis' chances of returning to the lineup."

    All I could find so far SE but because the NHL is stretching this series out as far as it can go two days might do the trick for Dan. Probably won't find out till the puck is dropped for game 2 till then twitter time.
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    Seaobrien, they are right.

    The shoulder bone is connected to the backbone.
    The back bone is connected to the hip bone.
    The hip bone is connected to the leg bone.
    The leg bone is connected to the knee bone.

    Makes perfect sense!
     
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    In Response to Hamhuis:
    [QUOTE]All they kept saying on NBC was that he was hurt by Krejci's cross check. No way. Looks to me like he hurt his leg throwing that low check. His knee seemed to buckle once his skate hit the boards. Can't find anything on it in the papers.
    Posted by seobrien[/QUOTE]
    I thought it looked like he took Lucic's knee to the ribs.Maybe if he didn't try the low-bridge hit.........I don't feel sorry for him. He clearly saw DK coming in and raised his hand as if to say "leave me alone, I'm already hurt"......there was no real crosscheck on the play.
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    It just seemed like he was favoring the leg when he went off. Looked kinda like what happened to Sturm's leg, as in, doesn't look too bad to casual observer.
    Quite honestly, I thought it was legal but borderline dirty. he got way low (as in targeting the knee). I hope it's a case of cosmic justice.
     
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    Kreji laid the stick across Hamhuis, but it  was a love tap. The Ref over reacted in calling it a penalty, and Vancouver will cover it up in any way possible.
     
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    In Response to Re: Hamhuis:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Hamhuis : I thought it looked like he took Lucic's knee to the ribs.Maybe if he didn't try the low-bridge hit.........I don't feel sorry for him. He clearly saw DK coming in and raised his hand as if to say "leave me alone, I'm already hurt"......there was no real crosscheck on the play.
    Posted by dezaruchi[/QUOTE]

    Its his own fault for putting a border line dirty check trying to take Looch legs out from under him. Serves him right!
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    Despise those low hits; not a fan when Boychuck & Seidenberg do them either so its not a homer thing at all; guys' careers are ended with those type hits!

    Players reactions tell it all in hockey; you get lit up well thats one thing but when everyone reacts the way they did last night you know the 'code' between players was broken.
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    got what he deserves.

    surprised to see the words "boychuck" and
    "superb" in the same sentence today.

    bring on game 2!!!!!!!!
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    If misses any time, this is good news for the Bruins.  Very good news. 

     
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    In Response to Re: Hamhuis:
    [QUOTE]Boychuk goes low?  I don't agree with that at all. Nor do I agree with Seidenberg going down at the knees. A hip check is usually at the thigh/waist area. Boychuck is superb at this.  Do not agree at all.
    Posted by RidingWithTheKing[/QUOTE]

    Understand the difference; however they've both has these instances in the past.....most likely not maliscious intent, but they have hit kids in the knees, not saying it happens consistantly just making a point that no matter what team and/or player these hits have no place in the game.
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    Anybody else think that was blatant interference?? 

    I can see not calling a penalty for the low hit because he did use his hip but Lucic chipped the puck past him and took a few strides before Hamhuis impeded his progress. 


    Different result but it somewhat reminded me of the play where Chara took out Pacioretty. 
     
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    Re: Hamhuis

    Hamhuis was pretty low when he and Lucic hit. My guess would be that Lucic's Knee got Hamhuis in the Kidney/Ribs area. If it's the ribs, that will be a tough injury to play with.....
     
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