ExPatriatePen wrote:Tuckers done this many times before... I'll never forget what he did to Pecca (Damn near the exact same thing)
Lindy Ruff is right. Tucker needs to be suspended for the rest of he season and told one more time and his career is over.
Mad City Mike wrote: Quinn actually rewarded him for his dirty play by letting him go in the shootout. What a buffoon Quinn is.
Maybe a decade ago. ****, I wish the Flyers were dirty.ExPatriatePen wrote:Mad City Mike wrote: Quinn actually rewarded him for his dirty play by letting him go in the shootout. What a buffoon Quinn is.
Quinn's nearly as bad himself.
There's just something about that Torono Market where those guys think there's a different set of rules that apply to them. Reminds me of Philly.
Peca although he was only there for a brief time was known to be dirty at times. Boulton had questionable hits the past couple of years.Mad City Mike wrote:FlyerNation wrote:Ruff really shouldn't be whining. He's always had a cheap shotting team.
He has? Okay, I'll grant you Varada, but who else has he had that is a cheap shotter?
FlyerNation wrote: Peca although he was only there for a brief time was known to be dirty at times. Boulton had questionable hits the past couple of years.
netwolf wrote:Well, then the league has no business handing out any suspensions for what does or doesn't happen the next time the teams meet. They had a chance to head it off and they blew it.
Sorry Net but the league has already issued a statement, and Tucker escapes again.
jimjom wrote:You know, if they didn't go after Bertuzzi and ban him for what he did, they won't do likewise for Tucker...it would be justifiable though. Guys that are cheapshot artists should have a 3 strikes rule in the NHL, or even a zero tolerance policy. It's one thing to play a phisical game, but it's another to go out and deliberately hurt somebody. This is true at all levels of the sport. Intent to injure does not belong.
It is a coincidence that something like this should happen to Peca, who has been accused of similar acts in his career.
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