First I want to preface this blog post with P.K. Subban is a great defensive talent, but he is a bit of a punk and this video just proves that point quite nicely. Subban is famous for skating around the ice and running his mouth and doing things like this and when he is challenged he turtles in a fashion that would make Claude the Fraud Lemieux blush.
From my vantage point, it appears that Subban leaves his feet to hit David Krecji in the head with a forearm shiver. That is a violation of rule 48 because the head is the principle point of contact.
This is a big test for Brendan Shanahan the NHL Senior Vice President of Player Safety, he needs to suspend P.K. Subban for this bush league hit, these are the types of hits that the NHL is trying to eliminate from the game of hockey
That fact that Subban plays for the Montreal Canadians means more than likely Subban will get off with nothing in the way of a suspension. Subban needs to sit 2-5 games minimum.
The Canadiens pulled the winger -- who recently made some negative comments about the team -- during the 3rd period of Thursday night's game and it was later announced that he had been traded to Calgary.
BOSTON -- With its rabid fan base and media contingent, there's never a shortage of drama in the soap opera surrounding the Montreal Canadiens. The latest episode coincided with the Canadiens' arrival in Boston on Thursday, one day after Montreal forward Michael Cammalleri made waves with some inflammatory comments about his club bemoaning the "losing mentality"...
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Welcome to the TD Garden for tonight's game between the Boston Bruins and visiting Montreal Canadiens.
Montreal forward Mike Cammalleri held no punches back earlier when he essentially called the Canadiens a group of losers. Perhaps lost in the language of how to properly call out/motivate your club, the biggest loser of all may in fact be Cammalleri himself. Chiming in with...
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Before the game, Canadiens brass admitted the Bruins are just physical, not dirty. It was the first smart thing to come out of Montreal since... well, ever. But their idiot fans disagreed. They always cry about how the Bruins are big bad goons and disrespect the game of hockey.We, and all Bruins fans, always show millions of examples of Canadiens cheap shots, dives, fake injuries...
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