lukin2006 wrote:I would have been fine no matter which way Shanny went...Weber has been warned...next time he will be suspended...
I have no clue what transpired throughout the game that set Weber off...obviously Shanny saw something or was convinced something had caused him to go off.
that's my point tho in a way ... it shouldn't matter what happened during the rest of the game nor any other game before that ... dude tried to shove his head into the boards ... the intent was there ... whether or not zetterberg was hurt is secondary ... dude deserved a suspension and the reasoning behind why he wasn't (no injury to zetterberg) is lame ...
Unfortunately what happens during the game leads up to these sorts of thing...in that aspect that what separates hockey from most sports...they hack and whack at one another with their hockey sticks as weapons...they all do it...they push and shove after the whistle seemingly after every whistle...I would have no problem if the league penalized every whack with the stick and any players carrying on after the whistle...after a while the players would get the point and stop the nonsense. I also say that's why only a former player can do Shanny's job he understands what goes on throughout the game that leads to this.
What ever his explanation was to the Wings...they must be fine with it...have not heard much from them.
With or without Weber...that was not the problem in yesterdays game...Nashville 3rd and 4th line were much better than Detroit's 3rd and 4th and if that don't change Detroit will have trouble winning this series.
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