There is this saying about "Karma"... Wow!!! If you haven't seen this; check out this moronic move by Chicago Blackhawks dunderhead Daniel Carcillo. Really?!? What the heck is this guy thinking? First, Gilbert didn't touch the puck, second Carcillo wipes out himself and Gilbert and hurts both of them. Like the Hawks announcer said, "that's going to be a suspension."
Edmonton Journal --- To make matters much worse, the Oil then lost top defenceman Tom Gilbert to a reported knee injury after he was grossed out by Hawks’ instigator Daniel Carcillo on a dirty and dangerous hit into the end boards.
The boards were still rattling when the Hawks play-by-play man Tom Foley called it as he saw it. “Oh, that’s gonna be a suspension. Danny Carcillo put Gilbert badly into the end boards, and Dan Carcillo is going to have a meeting with Brendan Shanahan.” Good call, Tom.
It will come as no surprise to hockey observers that Carcillo, a noted cheap shot artist, would be considered a repeat offender. He’s been suspended five times since 2008 including twice in 2011, the last of which was a dangerous hit from behind on Joni Pitkanen that bore more than a passing resemblance to the Gilbert hit.
Thanks in large part to Daniel Carcillo’s awful decision making, the Blackhawks lost their first game of the new calendar year. Leading 1-0 early in the second period, Carcillo slammed Tom Gilbert into the boards. Carcillo was hit with a … Continue reading →
Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo has been suspended indefinitely by the NHL following his ugly hit on Edmonton's Tom Gilbert on Monday night.
The league says Carcillo's ban is pending a hearing with the department of player safety.
Carcillo launched Gilbert into the boards 7:23 into the second period of the Oilers' 4-3 victory, resulting in a major boarding penalty...
Chicago Blackhawks left wing Daniel Carcillo was suspended seven games by the NHL for a hit on Edmonton Oilers defenseman Tom Gilbert.
Carcillo was punished for driving Gilbert into the boards in the second period of Monday's game. He drew a major boarding and game misconduct.
Gilbert suffered a knee injury on the play and was forced to sit out Tuesday's game against Buffalo...
Dan Carcillo's New Year's resolution was apparently not to avoid making illegal hits. On Monday, Carcillo and Edmonton Oilers defenseman Tom Gilbert were chasing after a puck in the Oilers' defensive end when Carcillo caught Gilbert from behind and shoved him violently into the boards, injuring the defenseman on the play and drawing a penalty. Carcillo was given a five...
Dan Carcillo is at it again, and he may be looking at the longest stretch of league-mandated time off in his controversy-filled career. The Blackhawks forward has been suspended indefinitely for his hit from behind/boarding on Edmonton's Tom Gilbert on Monday night in Chicago, the NHL announced Tuesday. In addition to an indefinite suspension, the second-period hit earned Carcillo...
from NHL.com, Chicago Blackhawks forward Dan Carcillo has been suspended indefinitely pending a hearing with the Department of Player Safety regarding his hit on Edmonton’s Tom Gilbert Monday night.
The incident in question occurred during the second period when Carcillo and Gilbert were chasing a puck into the Oilers’ zone and Carcillo checked Gilbert into the boards. Gilbert...
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For once, John Scott was both on the ice and not the culprit in a Hawk loss.
That dubious honor goes to none other than Unlucky 13, Dan Carcillo.
Carcillo threw a reckless, dirty check on Oiler defenseman Tom Gilbert leading to a five minute boarding call, which in turn led to two Edmonton goals. The Hawks tried to get back into it after that, but it...
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