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The NFL is the “No Fun League,” and now the NHL is the “No Hummer League.” New York Islander James Wisniewski has been suspended two games for his oral sex gesture to Sean Avery New York Rangers. What happened to sports? Why can’t men be men or at least act like 8th graders. If one [...]
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In the first period of the Islanders Rangers game, Isles defenceman Wisniewski and the Rangers’ Avery had a verbal exchange and shoved each other in front of the Isles’ net. Immediately after the exchange the islanders Wisniewski motioned a ‘gesture’ (it wasn’t exactly tongue in cheek!) towards Avery and has now been banned for 2 games by the league for it. Avery went...
OK, so let me get this straight now …. Niklas Hjalmarsson of the Chicago Black Hawks received a 2 game suspension for an illegal hit from behind on Jason Pominville of the Buffalo Sabers, Michael Cammalleri of the Montreal Canadians was handed a 1 game suspension for his vicious slash and hit on Nino Niederreiter, and James Wisniewski was given a 2 game suspension for a “rude...
The NHL has issued a suspension of two games to New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski for making an obscene gesture towards New York Rangers ultra-pest Sean Avery during Monday night game between the Islanders and Rangers.
Now, as much as I do not support Wisniewski’s actions, given the fact that he gave the gesture to Sean Avery (who is a complete idiot at the best of...
Filed under: Islanders, NHL DisciplineJames Wisniewski absolutely deserved to be punished for simulating oral sex during his goal crease skirmish with Rangers shift disturber Sean Avery. But while this may seem like splitting hairs, the NHL went too far in suspending the Islanders' defenseman for two games, instead of just one.
What Wisniewski did was wrong. No one, so far not...
via Darren Dreger tweet,
2 games for Wisniewski
At first glance, it might appear as if James Wisniewski of the New York Islanders was performing an impromptu
bit of karaoke during their home game against the New York Rangers this
That's until you see it's Sean
Avery standing in front of him ... and you see the following video, in which Wisniewski
gives the Rangers' pest a mouthful. (WARNING:
New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski made a profane gesture to New York Rangers forward Sean Avery during Monday's matinee contest in Long Island.
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski could be in trouble with the NHL for making an obscene gesture at New York Rangers forward Sean Avery that was caught on tape during Monday's game.
During a stoppage of play in the first period, Wisniewski and Avery chirped at each other. Wisniewski then made a gesture with his hand, directed...
New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski has been suspended for two games for making an obscene gesture to Rangers forward Sean Avery during Monday's game in Long Island.
James Wisniewski, the Islanders defenseman who was caught on camera making a lewd gesture to Sean Avery during the Isles' 6-4 win over the Rangers on Monday, was suspended by the NHL yesterday for two games. After Avery sprayed ice on Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro in the first peroid, Wisniewski...
New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski has been caught on tape making an obscene gesture toward Rangers agitator Sean Avery.
New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski has been suspended for two games for making an obscene gesture to Rangers forward Sean Avery during Monday's game in Long Island, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
by Adam GretzFiled under: Blackhawks, Islanders, Rangers, Sabres, NHL DisciplineAs expected, the NHL was busy on Tuesday handing out punishment for two very different actions during Monday's slate of games. The league suspended New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski two games for his lewd gesture directed at Sean Avery, while also issuing the exact same punishment to...
James Wisniewski of the Islanders was not a fan of Sean Avery's Sean Averyness during today's Rangers-Islanders game, so he decided to express how Avery was going down in a non-traditional manner. H/T E'erbody who sent a tip. More »
So, Chicago’s Niklas Hjalmarsson gets a two-game suspension for a very questionable hit that sent a player out of the game on a stretcher. The Islanders’ James Wisniewski gets the same punishment for…an obscene gesture directed at an opponent. What?
Sorry, but this is a joke. Here’s the Hjalmarsson hit.
Now here’s the Wisniewski gesture.
Are you going to tell me that...