from Brendan Savage of Mlive,
After teammate Justin Abdelkader was ejected Saturday from Game 3 of the Red Wings' playoff series with the Anaheim Ducks for a charging major that knocked Toni Lydman out of the game, Quincey admitted he's had to change his way of thinking since he was suspended a year ago for a big hit of his own.
"For a defenseman, there's risk-reward to hit anybody now," Quincey said. "There's no point. The chances of hitting a guy clean and not getting a suspension are very slim. I just try to stay between the dots and keep it simple, I guess
"Just look at the game tapes from years ago to now. There's not those huge hits you see in the corner. Very seldom. It's all in the forecheck. We're not allowed to hold up for our partner so they come in 100 mph on us but we never get that momentum to hit them. That's the difference.
"The game has changed. It is what it is. I don't know if it's sad. Like I said the risk-reward of trying to make that huge hit i...