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Jones and Bergeron

Posted 1:52 PM ET | Comments 1
I watched the hit. I saw the replays over and over again and I am not of the opinion this was a dirty hit. On the contrary, I thought was a clean hit gone bad. A Clean Hit gone bad? Yes, when are the players who are being hit make the necessary adjustments and protect themselves? Too many times I've seen the player being hit turn the backs to the player coming in so they could draw a penalty. Watch the replay and you could make the argument that the Bruins players threw himself into the boards to have a penalty called.

The players who leave themselves in a bad spot are just to blame as the players who are looking to hit someone. It takes two to tango.

It's not always 100% the fault of the players who's doing the hitting. It was not dirty hit and I don't believe Jones should be suspended but as we have seen Campbell has a liking to suspend anyone who wears the Orange and Black. Look around the league, there has been more the one dirty hit after Downie and Boulerice's hit but with little or no suspension.

Makes you kinda wonder.

At the end of the day, the game must go on and the Flyers came out on top 2-1.
Filed Under:   Jones   Bergeron   Flyers   Bruins  
November 1, 2007 12:14 PM ET | Delete
Another idiot blaming the victim. And in you case -- your words show you to be delusional as well.
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