Found November 12, 2011 on
We might see our 14th suspension of the year soon because of the hit by Aaron Rome on Ducks rookie Devante Smith-Pelly. Rome delivered an elbow to the head of Pelly half-way through the second period. Rome was ejected for the hit and Pelly, who looked rattled by the hit went to the locker room but returned shorty after.
Rome is already considered a repeat offender because of his hit on Nathan Horton in the Cup finals for which he was suspended four games. I don't see why not this can be a suspension too.
My Insight: I think this hit is definitely worthy of a suspension. Four games sounds just about right.
BEST OF MAXIM
Aaron Rome is experiencing a phenomenon that only Jeff Cowan and Rory Fitzpatrick can relate to right now. Aaron Rome Mania has swept Canuck Nation. Rome returned from injury last week and played his first four games of the season. In those four games the Canucks have gone 3-1 and Rome has 3 goals and 2 assists!
Five points in four games usually isn’t something that will spawn...
What a game last night. The Canucks returned home for the first time in six games and the fans got to see the much anticipated regular season, home debut, of the legendary Aaron Rome. The only other debut in Canucks history that had has had this much hype behind it was Bure's. Unlike Bure, Rome did not disappoint, he had 3 points and guided the Canucks to a 4-1 win. I believe...
KEEPING YA HEAD UP
By Alexander Monaghan President
Earlier tonight Aaron Rome received a five-minute major and 10 minute misconduct when he elbowed Devante Smith-Pelly of the Anaheim Ducks. The Vancouver Canuck defenseman landed yet another controversial hit at the 11:04 marker of the second period after catching the Ducks rookie in the head with an errant forearm.
Let’s check out the hit:
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Midway through the second period, Vancouver Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome laid this hit on Anaheim Ducks rookie Devante Smith-Pelly:
Rome was given five minutes for elbowing and a 10-minute game misconduct. Smith-Pelly went to the locker room, but returned a short while later.
The hit did something for the Ducks as they would score three times in the following 10 minutes as part...
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Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 18 matchup between the New York Islanders and Vancouver Canucks. Aaron Rome continued the torrid pace to start the season, and Cody Hodgson added a tally earning a first star nomination in a Canucks victory.
Aaron Rome's five-minute major penalty paves the way for Anaheim to score two power-play goals in the second period.Aaron Rome's five-minute major penalty paves the way for Anaheim to score two power-play goals in the second period.
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Have you ever slept through your alarm and been late for work? That appears to be what happened last night to the Vancouver Canucks. They sleep walked through the first period, played far too casual in the second, and then woke up in the third. The only Canuck who played with a pulse the first two periods was Aaron Rome, and he got kicked out of the game for it. Once the only player on Vancouv...
Vancouver sports blogger Aidan Chafe weighs in with his Vancouver Canucks weekly three stars post. Here are the few noteworthy performers through Nov 12th of the Vancouver Canucks 2011-12 campaign. Jannik Hansen, Aaron Rome, and Dan Hamhuis are the guys with great performances in the last 7 days.
Canucks 4, Isles 1
Aaron Rome scored only 1:57 into play and later added two assists as Roberto Luongo won his 200th game with Vancouver as the Canucks defeated the Isles 4-1 before the 370th consecutive sellout of 18,860 at Rogers Are...
Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome has gotten his teammates' attention.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Roberto Luongo made 23 saves to help the Vancouver Canucks beat the Islanders 4-1 on Sunday night.
Aaron Rome had a goal and two assists, Cody Hodgson and David Booth each had a goal and an assist, and Henrik Sedin also scored for Vancouver, coming off...