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Chicago, IL (Sports Network) – Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa left on a stretcher in the first period of Tuesday’s Western Conference quarterfinal Game 3 between Chicago and the Phoenix Coyotes.
Hossa was on the receiving end of a brutal hit in the neutral zone by Coyotes gritty forward Raffi Torres, who left his feet and made contact with Hossa’s head.
The hit occurred at the 11:45 mark.
Torres was not penalized on the play.
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CHICAGO -- Forward Raffi Torres has been suspended indefinitely, pending an in-person hearing on Friday, the NHLs Department of Player Safety announced Wednesday. The hearing, which had been planned for Wednesday, was deferred at the request of the player and the National Hockey League Players' Association.
The hearing will be convened at the NHL's New York office for a...
CHICAGO Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville didnt mince his words.
"The refereeing tonight was a disgrace, he said following the Phoenix Coyotes 3-2 overtime win Tuesday at United Center.
He intentionally cast a blanket over the entire performance, but his ire was sparked by one particular play.
Midway through the first period, Coyotes forward Raffi Torres lined up Chicago...
The Chicago Blackhawks said there was nothing new to report on the condition of injured forward Marian Hossa.
"There's no change," Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said.
Hossa was injured in Tuesday's Game 3 of the Western Conference quarterfinal series on a brutal shoulder-to-head hit from Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres.
Chicago's leading scorer during...
via the Blackhawks website, The Blackhawks have released the following statement regarding forward Marian Hossa:
Chicago Blackhawks Head Team Physician Dr. Michael Terry:
“Marian Hossa suffered an upper body blow in the first period of tonight’s game. After initial evaluation on the ice he was taken by ambulance to the hospital for further testing, which yielded encouraging...
In case you missed last night's Chicago Blackhawks/Phoenix Coyotes game three, Chicago's Marian Hossa was knocked out of the game by Phoenix's Raffi Torres.
It happened in the first period of play at about the eight minute mark as Hossa was attempting to get the puck.
After nearly two minutes, Hossa was taken off on a stretcher with an apparent head injury:
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**** Raffi Torres!
This guy is a complete douche...
Really brutal hit here:
What is the Phoenix color guy even saying? Torres got no penalty, according to reports Hossa was sent to a Chicago hospital.
The NHL is basically out of control at this point. Wow.
Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa was taken off on a stretcher after Phoenix Coyote Raffi Torres launched his missile like body at him. Chicago Blackhawks Head Team Physician Dr. Michael...
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Phoenix Coyotes thug forward Raffi Torres has been suspended indefinitely by the NHL after his disgusting hit on Marian Hossa in Tuesday night’s game. The league has requested an in-person hearing with Torres, and had reportedly asked for it to … Continue reading →
“This has spiraled from out of control to total chaos. Do we really need a player to die on the ice for this insanity to stop?”
—NHL player agent Allan Walsh’s Tweet after Raffi Torres’ hit on Marian Hossa
Forget for a moment that there is no way the NHL is going to win the public relations battle stemming from what we have seen thus far in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Hockey’s...
On Coach’s Corner tonight, the main topic was the Raffi Torres hit on Marian Hossa.
CHICAGO In three games of the Coyotes-Blackhawks first-round playoff series, weve had three overtimes, two-game tying goals in the final minute of play, 14 different goal scorers and 124 saves from Phoenix goalie Mike Smith on 132 shots.
Normally, those would be dominant storylines. In this series, theyre window dressing.
When the Blackhawks and Coyotes spoke to the media following...