Top scorer Haula out for Gophers after slash

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 4, 2013 - 6:33 AM
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voner26Jan. 4, 1312:21 PM

How come the cheap shot artist who slashed Haula wasn't penalized? He should also be suspended the same amount of games Haula will miss. Until the NCAA does this these type of cheap shots will continue. Should they meet again there will be fire works over this one.

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siouxchampJan. 4, 1312:40 PM

This guy should be in Jail! Slashing in hockey? These actions are "lewd, lascivious, salacious, outrageous". @Voner26, did you see the play/slash? Doubtful, this slash had any intent to injure.

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balboa76Jan. 4, 13 2:06 PM

And once again sue chump, you miss the point. Regardless of if it were meant to injure or not, Haula got hurt, a slash is a slash! It was way behind the play and an obvious cheap shot. You sure would be crying if it were krosto or grimaldi that got slashed and hurt by something that no intent to injury. Those who live in glass houses......

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hobie2Jan. 5, 13 6:16 PM

A team whose penalty incapacitates a player for following games should be penalized by having an equal player suspended for the same number of games... What we have here is the number 2 team gaining by damaging a player of the number one team.... Is that fair to the best player on the offending team? Not germane - He can turn to his teammate and blame him -- Do you think these career-killing penalties will continue after the first two penalties are assessed on offending teams? "Injury is part of sport" - yup, and so is a penalty for fouling - greater than any advantage gotten by fouling... No penalty should allow team advantage - and so creating multi-game injury should create a handicap in the offending team by a multi-game penalty, not reward it.

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