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Last night Matt Cooke stomped on Erik Karlsson, slicing the star defenseman's Achilles. Some say it was a freak play. I say Cooke needs to exit the league.The post Matt Cooke Should Be Banned From The NHL appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Today, the discussion on twitter and around the hockey blogsphere is the hit that Matt Cooke put on Erik Karlsson. You can see the hit on the embedded video posted above.
The NHL’s department of Player Safety has reviewed the play and will not suspend Matt Cooke.
First, I hate Matt Cooke, I think he is a disgusting P.O.S. and if this guy was hurt in a fight or by a check...
Come on people, Erik Karlsson suffered a tremendous injury and yes, Matt Cooke was right in the middle of it all. But do you seriously think Cooke is capable of going after a guy in a way that could indeed end a guy’s career in the NHL? Cooke is in the midst of change, he is trying extremely hard to shake the reputation he built for himself as the NHL’s dirtiest player. He...
Penguins forward Matt Cooke is known for his dirty hits, this hit, however is not a dirty or a malicious hit. Hockey is a physical sport and injuries happen from time-to-time.
Pittsburgh Penguins winger Matt Cooke has always had a reputation for being a dirty player. Once again, he finds himself at the center of a controversial play that has resulted in serious injury for an opponent.
During a win over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night, Cooke threw what appeared to be a clean hit on Ottawa’s Erik Karlsson, but the replay revealed that it was more...
Ottawa Senators defenseman Erk Karlsson had his Achilles' tendon cut by Pittsburgh's Matt Cooke. Did Cooke injure him intentionally?
Matt Cooke has tried to change the way he plays the game after a handful of dirty hits earned him the label as one of the game’s dirtiest players. But as we found out Wednesday night, the rest of the league doesn’t necessarily see him as a reformed man.
Cooke is in the news again, this time for his role in ending Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson‘s season Wednesday night. Cooke’s...
By now you've undoubtedly seen the footage of Senators star defenseman Erik Karlsson suffering a terrifying laceration to his left Achillies tendon. If not, well, that's what we're here for:
He suffered the injury battling for puck possession along the boards with Pittsburgh forward Matt Cooke. Yes, that Matt Cooke, former bad boy extraordinaire and bane of the NHL...
Matt Cooke reached out to Erik Karlsson and apologized for the freak, disturbing injury that likely ended the young defenseman's season. As seen in a report by the Winnipeg Sun, Cooke texted Karlsson but wasn't sure if the young star would respond to his apology.
Cooke's apology comes a day after Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk stated he didn't believe...
One night after Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson was found guilty of submitting a “Dive of the Year” candidate, he suffered what looks to be a pretty serious injury. Karlsson and Pittsburgh’s Matt Cooke battled for the puck in the corner when, as the video shows, Cooke seemed to bring his skate down hard on the back of Karlsson’s left ankle.
Karlsson immediately fell...
Last night Matt Cooke made yet another controversial hit to an NHL star. This time his target was well below the head. While driving Erik Karlsson into the boards his skate caught the back of Karlsson's leg and ended Karlsson's and the Senator's season.
Ouch. That's painful. Karlsson needs surgery. Who knows when he'lla ctually be back. It really...
Devastating news for the Ottawa Senators as Erik Karlsson was lost indefinitely after Matt Cooke’s skate lacerated his Achilles tendon in what is probably one of the more painful injuries in all of sports. The injury came in the second period between the Senators and Penguins as both Karlsson and Cooke were heading over to [...]
Tonight’s NHL action was focused mainly on the Pittsburgh-Ottawa game. Some NHL GIFs:
Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators fell victim to what appears to be an unintentional injury from the skate of the Penguins’ Matt Cooke. It was later revealed that Karlsson suffered a lacerated achilles tendon that will require surgery to repair and his length of recovery is indefinite.