Wow! Good Idea For Hockey In Sports Illustrated?

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    Ex-NHL ref Dave Lewis was on THE FAN 590's Primetime Sports two days ago and was asked about the number of suspensions presently seen in the playoffs.  He suggested making the regular season suspensions fit the crime but double their severity in the playoffs when the stakes are much higher in the hopes of reducing the kind of acts happening so far.
     
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    [QUOTE]Ex-ref Dave Lewis was on THE FAN 590's Primetime Sports two days ago and was asked about the number of suspensions presently seen in the playoffs.  He suggested making the regular season suspensions fit the crime but double the severity in the playoffs when the stakes are much higher. 
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    Bryan Lewis?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Wow! Good Idea For Hockey In Sports Illustrated? : Bryan Lewis?
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    Yikes!! Good catch 50!  Bryan!  Cheers, buddy!
     
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    In response to "Re: Wow! Good Idea For Hockey In Sports Illustrated?": [QUOTE]Ex-NHL ref Dave Lewis was on THE FAN 590's Primetime Sports two days ago and was asked about the number of suspensions presently seen in the playoffs.  He suggested making the regular season suspensions fit the crime but double their severity in the playoffs when the stakes are much higher in the hopes of reducing the kind of acts happening so far. Posted by RichHillOntario[/QUOTE] I heard this as well , and I totally agree with him .. The perceived notion that has always been mentioned when suspensions happen in the playoffs is the theory that 1 game in the playoffs = 2 regular season games.. I always thought that was idiotic.. These guys play for the playoffs , maybe missing a whole series or more would finally click in for some of these guys..
     
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    [QUOTE]In response to "Re: Wow! Good Idea For Hockey In Sports Illustrated?": I heard this as well , and I totally agree with him .. The perceived notion that has always been mentioned when suspensions happen in the playoffs is the theory that 1 game in the playoffs = 2 regular season games.. I always thought that was idiotic.. These guys play for the playoffs , maybe missing a whole series or more would finally click in for some of these guys..
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    Especially since there's no lost salary with playoff suspensions.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Wow! Good Idea For Hockey In Sports Illustrated? : And Savard when his contract is finished.
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    Well that's just sad. I forgot to include him. Wow.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Wow! Good Idea For Hockey In Sports Illustrated? : Well that's just sad. I forgot to include him. Wow.
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    Asmaha, lots of people in the hockey world forget about Savard.
     

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