Canucks' Rome disagrees with ban for hit on Horton
Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome says he wouldn't change much about the hit on Boston's Nathan Horton that got him suspended for the rest of the Stanley Cup finals.
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#1 Jun 12, 2011
i dont agree with it either as Charas hit on pavarotti was a worse hit and he was blind sided.well of course Chara got of nearly scott free.if Horton was watching where he was going it could have been avoided.this is nothing but favoritism towards the bruins by the so called referees.by the way Brian Birks son plays for the Bruins.i wonder if this had anything to do with the decision of a suspension for Rome.if Chara would have done same thing there never would have been a suspension.
#2 Jun 13, 2011
IF that's his idea of how to hit, and he doesn't plan to change that approach, ban him for life.
The game REALLY needs to clean up vicious garbage like this...
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