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The rugby oxfords are awesome. I ordered a pink and a yellow OCBD a while back and I will likely order more. But I like heavy fabrics.
The stick doesn't have to make contact for it to be a slashing penalty. 61.1 Slashing - Slashing is the act of a player swinging his stick at an opponent, whether contact is made or not. Non-aggressive stick contact to the pant or front of the shin pads, should not be penalized as slashing. Any forceful or powerful chop with the stick on an opponent’s body, the opponent’s stick, or on or near the opponent’s hands that, in the judgment of the Referee, is not an attempt to...
Burke's likely already on the phone with Vancouver.
I personally think it was kicked in, but since the video replay can't definitively prove it, the call on the ice stands. I'm just glad it didn't decide the game. Even the terrible penalty calls setting up the 2 man adv for the Rangers didn't really even decide the game. The sens laid an egg in the 2nd period and they paid for it. Game 7 baby!
Every player is taught from Peewee on that if you cut into the middle with your head down you're gonna get rocked. Boyle has to take some responsibility for his own safety on a risky play. I haven't really heard from too many people outside of NY that think that the Neil hit was anything but a hockey play.
Sorry Rob, not much to cheer about for Rangers fans tonight. Anderson was playing out of his mind.
98% of this suspension is player history. (Imagine if this same hit were Hossa on Torres)
I have a feeling that the Staal hit on Spezza with his head down may have woken Spezza up. He's going to turn it on for the rest of the series. As mentioned, Hank plays really deep in his net, which makes sense if the Rangers are blocking 2/3 of the shots. Much better style if there is a lot of scrambles in front of the net. He paid for it in OT when that one squeaked past... gotta give credit where credit is due. Turris let a laser beam go. He's turning into a special...
Thanks, this is helpful.
So that they fit better and so I can pick fabrics. Most decent pants are $250-$400 off the peg (if you can find exactly what you're looking for) and then they would need to take them to ta tailor and make additional minor changes. Why not skip a step? My local tailor's prices begin at $285 for pants in basic fabrics.
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