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Eddie Olsucks and Keith Jones got all jammed up about this hit. So was the panel of assholes from TSN:
Shut up Bob Mckenzie. Is Bob Mckenzie a league official? Didn't know he makes personal decisions now.
If this was just a run of the mill ROOT sports broadcast, does this even get attention?
We'll expect Scott Stevens to be removed from the hall of fame tomorrow if these hits aren't allowed anymore
He left his feet. So does Ovechkin on every hit. Big deal. It was minimal.
Hit to the head. Yea, the guys head was right at Engo's chest. This wasn't a head shot. The guy had his head down.
Is Engo supposed to let the player walk past him for a scoring chance?
THIS HEADSHOT WASN'T REVIEWED BY SHANNY
REPEAT THIS WAS NOT REVIEWED
Go to hell.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Pens are going to be down another defensemen for the next 3 games. Deryk Engelland was suspended today by the NHL in a move that no one should be surprised about. Engelland left his feet and hit Blackhawks Marcus Kruger in the head on Tuesday. Engellend wasn’t penalized on the play. He will miss three games starting Friday at Winnipeg, Tuesday against Carolina, and...
Pittsburgh defenseman Deryk Engelland will miss three games after being suspended by the NHL for an illegal check to the head.
The league punished Engelland for hitting Chicago forward Marcus Kruger during Tuesday night's game. No penalty was assessed on the hit 8:55 into the game.
Engelland will forfeit almost $9,200 and miss games Friday night at Winnipeg, Dec. 27 against...
Just because we're a fan blog, doesn't mean we can't have differing opinions like human beings...
It's understandable why this post was made. Derek and/or Adam (no idea who wrote it) is a Penguins fan and, especially with the Pens defense suffering from every injury right now, it would hurt the Penguins if Engelland missed any time. It's also tough...
Results from the first period hit below and Coach Q just said Kruger is hanging around, may be available.
08:55 Pittsburgh Deryk Engelland: 5 minutes, fighting
08:55 Chicago John Scott: 2 minutes, instigator
08:55 Chicago John Scott: 5 minutes, fighting
Thanks to PuckDaddy for the video link while I was slacking on the couch…
No. 1 Goat: Deryk Engelland, Pittsburgh Penguins
Engelland activated a beacon for the league's department of player safety after hitting Chicago's Marcus Kruger into the boards during the first period of play. The hit ended Kruger's night and caused an immediate retaliation from Blackhawks forward John Scott. While Scott was hit with a game misconduct, a fighting major...
This is why I like the NHL; a player dishes out what I would classify as a dirty bush league check on an opposing player. His teammate who happens to be trailing the play takes issue with the questionable hit and challenges the offending player to a fight.
In this case Blackhawks heavy weight John Scott, reacted appropriately to the questionable hit, came to his teammates...
Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland has been suspended for three games for delivering a blow to the head of Chicago center Marcus Kruger on Tuesday.
NEW YORK (December 22, 2011) -- Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland has been suspended, without pay, for three games for an illegal check to the head of Chicago Blackhawks forward Marcus Kruger during NHL Game #488 in Pittsburgh on Tues...
Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland will have a hearing with NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan for his hit on Marcus Kruger of the Chicago Blackhawks.
Engelland led with his forearm in delivering a hit to Kruger's head midway through the first period of Tuesday's game. Kruger was able to play the rest of the session, but did not return for the second period...
Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland faces a telephone hearing with NHL disciplinarian chief Brendan Shanahan for a questionable hit on Chicago's Marcus Kruger.
Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland has been suspended three games for his unpenalized hit on Chicago's Marcus Kruger on Tuesday night.
Brendan Shanahan explains the suspension.
NHL players are really making Brendan Shanahan's Christmas week much busier than it should be.
In the middle of the first period of tonight's Chicago Blackhawks/Pittsburgh Penguins game, Deryk Engelland laid a big on Markus Kruger along the boards making contact with the head in the process and causing the "supplemental discipline" phone in the NHL offices to start...