Discussion in 'Vancouver Canucks' started by Tiranis, Mar 12, 2013.
has a spinamara ever been dissallowed?
Lame argument. Raymond owned him.
CBJ fans can **** off.
Lame argument? More like a cold hard fact that you can see with your own eyes. I'm happy Luongo got a shoot out win, but Raymond got lucky on this call.
Puck needs to always have forward momentum. In this case, it doesn't. It stops.
I'll take the win. But to actually say that the puck didn't stop? Man, your homer glasses much be thick as hell.
The puck stopped you say?
I need to see an image of it when it is "stopped".
I was the first one to say "damn, that's a dirty goal" when he scored, but it's legal.
How come people become so blind when it favours their preconceived notions of how things ought to be... I say this in respect to hockey, but I suppose I can apply it on a societal level as well.
People are crazy.
My reaction to this game.
It was still movng, IMO. Every spinorama move is a close call. Raymond's looked good to me. You don't have to be a homer to dsiagree with someone's opinion.
Just came across this depressing stat:
"Ryan Kesler played only seven games (with a broken foot). He has five points. Thatâ€™s still second among Canucks centres."
Called the shootout win.
I thought the puck had to keep making progress towards the net? Raymond clearly pulls the puck back on the spin.
This is hilarious! Yes, IT STOPPED! I clearly see the puck stopping and then Raymond back handing it in.
But I'm not getting into an argument about this with my own fan base.
It's a win.
I disagree with you. The puck clearly kept moving.
when has a spinarama ever been dissallowed? I was under the assumption that they were kind of just allowed cause most of them are borderline
They are all bordeline. I thought the rule used to be that the puck had to keep moving forward but they decided to allow spinoramas as long as the puck kept moving.
Yes this is correct. They kind of made up a wink wink nudge nudge rule for spinoramas.
The Spin-o-rama is allowed. Get over it.
How is it that Bobrovsky's eye gets hurt when he is high sticked with a full mask on?
this is exactly what I wanted to say
There are no words.
I have to think Luongo starts vs Nashville. Coming off a great game and getting a shutout against them last time he played them.
I can't see how Luongo doesn't get the start, but I also don't know how Alberts is in for Ballard so I guess anything is possible lol
Does any one know if Kassian saw another shift after that great hit which he got a penalty for...TSN's replays show that it was more from the side than it was a "charge" or from behind.
Probably not much time if any, Bench seemed to short as AV dose when chasing a game. Or holding a lead for that matter
And we wonder why Kassian isn't more aggressive...
Personally I thought it was clean and could have gone either way, I wouldn't call it "Boarding" it was the back of his shoulder more than it was him putting his shoulder into the back of the player.
I have no idea what you are trying to say so I'll address all three possible routes I can interpret this post.
1) The only thing I didn't like about the trade was the timing of it. If they knew Kes was hurt, they shouldn't make that trade.
2) I also didn't like the treatment Hodgson received when he was here, but I really don't know too much about the situation (the same as all other fans).
3) It's not a bad trade, just for whatever reason it takes forever to integrate a rookie completely into our system if AV decides he doesn't like his game. Say compared to Buffalo where Hodgson has been given every opportunity to succeed.
I was being sarcastic. I hate the trade.
Regarding the spinorama, it's actually specified as allowable in the rules:
"The spin-o-rama type move where the player completes a 360Â° turn as he approaches the goal, shall be permitted as this involves continuous motion."
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