Found May 15, 2013 on The Majors Detroit:
Aside from the NBC broadcast doing their best to try and justify Hossa’s blatant dive in the second period of the Western Conference semifinals against Detroit, the refs and the league obviously need to do a better job at recognizing this sort of thing, especially on this stage. Kronwall in no way had his stick in the midsection of Hossa whose pathetic attempt to draw a penalty actually worked. Mike Babcock’s reaction was also pretty hilarious. Where’s Raffi Torres when you need him? Kidding…
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