After the Nash incident, the president of IIHF, Rene Fasel commented that Nash hooking the ref was unintentional. That's an outrage. How can someone go public with such a false statement, on a case where everyone can see that it was totally intentional? If the IIHF wants to keep some sort of credibility after this, they should let Fasel go. Europeans are not used to outrageous lies like that, at least not in public. This goes to show how horribly corrupted "one hand washes the other" organisation the IIHF is these days. They are feeding us this stupid lie, and expecting us to just swallow that, like we were Bush voters or something. I urge everyone to write to your local hockey covering TV stations and other media to keep pushing on this matter. If nobody raises a finger, this corruption will never stop, it will only get worse. People need to be aware of what goes on behind the curtains. Only that way we will maybe get an organisation that gives every country an equal treatment in the eyes of IIHF. There is absolutely no question about what would have happened if a player from say Belarus would have hooked a ref and pushed a linesman. That player would have been kicked out in a heartbeat. Players and teams deserve to be treated by the same standards.