Found December 28, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Anthony Camara
Winger Anthony Camara might be endearing himself to Bruins fans with his latest hit in the World Junior Championship, but he’s not doing as well with the referees. The 6-foot Bruins prospect delivered a huge hit on Slovakian defenseman Patrik Luza during Canada’s 6-3 win over the Slovaks on Friday, which left the blue liner motionless on the ice. Luza was stretchered off, and although no penalty was called on the play, Camara was awarded a game misconduct for charging after the referees reconsidered. Check out the huge check in the video below and decide if you think the ejection was deserved.
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Canada forward Anthony Camara was ejected for his bone-crushing hit of Slovakia defenseman Patrik Luza during Friday's game against Slovakia at the world junior ice hockey championships in Russia. Luza had to be carried off the ice in a stretcher and was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons. Camara was given a 5-minute major penalty for charging as well as the...

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Canada Anthony Camara recieved a five minute major and a game misconduct for charging for his hit on Slovakia's Patrik Luza. The IIHF will not have a hearing for Camara. My question to hockey fans is, do you think this hit warrants any supplemental discipline? I think the right call was made for this hit.
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