I’d be a hypocrite if I called for Incognito to be denied work in a trade that he has skill for.
The penalties for blindside head shots have to be much stronger. Players are going to continue to try to injure each other until the cost is prohibitive.
You knew this was coming.
Tonight’s the night.
When the Blackhawks face the Coyotes in Phoenix Thursday night, they’ll once again be facing the man that has become public enemy No. 1 in Chicago: Raffi Torres.
Now, in just his third game back, Torres will face the Blackhawks in Phoenix on Thursday night.
Marian Hossa has reportedly been medically cleared following recovery from the concussion he suffered in April.
According to a report, NHL Commissioner Garry Bettman has reached a decision on the appeal by the Coyotes’ Raffi Torres to reduce his 25-game suspension.
A published report says the Phoenix Coyotes’ Raffi Torres could see his suspension reduced, more than two months after he delivered a hit on the Blackhawks’ Marian Hossa that left the winger out for the rest of the teams’ playoff series.
Raffi Torres, who is currently appealing a 25-game suspension, reached out to Marian Hossa about a week after he delivered the illegal hit that knocked the Blackhawks’ winger out for the rest of the series.
Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres and the NHLPA will appeal the 25-game suspension he received for his hit that knocked Marian Hossa out of the playoffs.
Whether the captain was directing a telling postgame comment towards Stan Bowman or not, Blackhawks fans will hope the general manger catches wind of Toews’ message and takes action.
Brendan Shanahan explains why Raffi Torres got a 25-game suspension for his hit on Marian Hossa.
Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres has been suspended 25 games for his hit Tuesday night on Marian Hossa that resulted in the Blackhawks winger getting carried off the ice on a stretcher.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman considers those complaints from various teams about their players receiving suspensions during the postseason as nothing more than “gamesmanship.”
Chicago’s top cop is weighing in on that savage hit taken by Blackhawks star Marian Hossa.
Blackhawks Coach Joel Quenneville criticized the game officials for failing to call a penalty on Raffi Torres after the Phoenix forward left his feet and hit Marian Hossa in the neck and head area in Game 3.
When the puck drops tonight at the United Center, the Blackhawks will be looking for a boost from an unlikely source.
Playoff hockey is supposed to be about speed, play-making and memorable goals.
The Blackhawks would be wise to leave revenge to the powers that be. Not only is violence, physicality, and goonery not their game, but they can’t afford to get in to an “eye for an eye” situation.