Jagr probably OK

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  1. Veela

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    I watched post game interview with our coach Alois Hadamczik.

    It seems like no concussion here. Cut on the head and cut on eyebrow. Jags wears this Esa Tikkanen like helmet, this eggshell is worst for protecting players. It was clear concussion situation, Jags hit the panel between the boards and plexi. But he normally communicated with players in the locker room. His head must be made of concrete.

    Just the fact he was still in locker room when the game was over is encouraging. If he has a concussion he would walk 10 meters and vomit. But he stayed and didn´t traveled to hospital. He can miss tommorow´s game against Italy but hopefully he will be back against Canada.

    The broken finger he suffered at WC united the team and fans in some way and ultimately we won gold. This is so unpredictable tournament but hopefully Jags will be back, he has such a influence on our team. After the hit, we played really slow and shocked.

    Even though it was dirty hit on our best player I have to say it was bad accident. If Jaromir didn´t put his head down it would be shoulder-shoulder hit.

    But Ruutu has no place on this tournament. He laughed and fingered our bench when he was pulled out of the rink. Kubina was red-head on the bench, he would tear him in two pieces if he would be on ice. But Ruutu laughed knowing he is untouchable. Marty Straka who jumped on him is no boxer. That was a manner of Ruutu that don´t belong onto Olympic games. He plays ugly and he behaves ugly.

    Sick of it
    :rant: :rant: :rant:
     
  2. SChan*

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    that's why i want to avoid the czechs in a quarterfinal at all costs. A pissed off czech team = instant loss
     
  3. spintheblackcircle

    spintheblackcircle ...so that happened.

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    I've had 3 concussions. Never vomited.
     
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    ... hence why there should be no instigator rule and fighting should be allowed. Guarentee if the first one happens in the NHL and the 2nd one happens in international play you stop seeing so much of this :rant:
     
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    Well, even if he is a bit woozy, simply rest him tomorrow. I'm sure the Czechs can do fine without him against Italy...
     
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    I watched the game with a friend of mine who is a doctor. He says that happens. :)
     
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    Of course it happens. :)
     
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    Gotta love Ruutu. He is so good at taking teams out of games by making them angry.

    Jagr will live I'm sure. He's a tough bwoi.

    It'll be interesting to see how Team Canada will deal with Ruutu.
     
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    Ruutu is the biggest coward in the league. There is no defense for his actions. It doesn't matter if it is in the NHL or international games - there is no place for him.
     
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    I've had 3 concussions. Vomited twice.
     
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    Look at the video links provided in the game thread.
    Then try to explain the word 'dirty' you used according
    to the hockey rules.

    Now you're crying for blood because Jagr made a childish
    mistake of dropping his head.

    Cute.
     
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    I will.It was dirty because it was illegal(charging).It was also done with the intent to injure someone which the replays show, and his actions show with his smiling and waving at the Czech bench.
     
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    My dad told me that Hadamczik sounds like a ****** in his interviews. Not the things he's saying, but really the way he speaks. Is that true?
     
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    No charging, as he was not speeding up before the hit.
    With intent to injure? You a mind reader or smthng?
    It was done to deliver a hit. And he did. Cleanly.
    It's done in a game called ice hockey.

    Smiling and wawing, yes. Maybe to Straka about the
    struggle afterwards. Not about the accident to JJ.

    Look at the videos. Hard and clean. Jagr dropping the
    head one sec before Ruutu's hit blows. Stupid of Jagr,
    not Ruuttu.
     
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    in the TSN article the coach says Jagr can play as early as tomorrow.
     
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    Good for Checkz.

    Even though, I really hope that Finns win the A Pool
     
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    Says the finland fan. Unbelievable. As an unbiased observer, that was no doubt a clear intent to injure the opposing top superstar player.
     
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    lol

    The common theme coming from the Ruutu apologists was that it was "Jagr's fault." That if Jagr hadn't put his head down, he wouldn't have gotten injured.

    This is typical blame-the-victim stuff. This is a prime argument to use when other arguments fail.
     
  21. Ol' Jase

    Ol' Jase No mas, Adam. No mas Sponsor

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    What the hell is this garbage?
     
  22. Caz

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    I'm so sorry if you as a sports fan believe that sportsmen and -women are
    out there to injure the opponent.

    I feel for you.
     
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    Look at the vids. Links can be found on the forum in many threads.
    Then check the rule book. Then look at the vids again. Then ask a coach
    what not to do when close to the boards.

    Then come back with another psychology lesson for us.
     
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    My point was that it's like saying to someone who was mugged "it's your fault that you were walking on that street at night, and thus your fault you were mugged, you should have known better." Meanwhile, the mugger gets away smirking.

    It's a good analogy for this case.

    I've seen the vids...Jagr was in a vulnerable position, but is it his fault that Ruutu took advantage of this? Ruutu's reputation and history are crystal clear.

    EDIT: By the way, I'm not sure where psychology came into any of this.
     
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    Because you had amator concussions not profesional ;)
     
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