Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by frederixx, May 4, 2021.
As a neutral fan, I stand by their side.
I can see the Rangers taking that down promptly. It reads almost like a hit put out against Parros.
Tough to disagree with what they said
Colin Campbell: "George Parros looks sus"
I think fans of 30 other teams probably agree with that statement. A $5000 fine is an absolute joke.
I mean..... they're not wrong.
Yeah fire Parros so we can stick our next Patsy on there....
Feel for the Rangers but the entire process needs to be fixed not just replacing a figurehead.
Rangers are going to get fined a lot more than Wilson.
The NHL won't appreciate one of its teams drawing attention to incompetence. Especially after the Tim Peel fiasco damaged the credibility of the league.
The NHL knows that suspending Tom Wilson for a long period of time will cause the league to make the news.
So they are trying to sweep things under the rug with a $5000 fine.
They can afford it
Good for them and I agree.
Good for the Rangers, i’m 100% behind them on this. That kind of garbage has no place in the game and needs to be taken seriously.
Campbell and Parros are both overdue... make a change already.
I think there's a real possibility the NHL doesn't fine the Rangers for this publicity; as it will only increase the visibility of the incident.
Wow. That’s genuinely how it looks to you? Calling the DOPS unfit doesn’t sound at all threatening.
Who is Parros's boss? THAT is the person responsible for this circus.
Very, very interesting. This is actually the most significant development in a LONG time. The whole reason the disciplinary process is a pathetic joke isn't because of Bettman, Campbell, Parros or any individual. I'm almost 50, and the league has been a joke FOREVER about concussions, game management, fairness, protecting its players and neanderthal violence because that's the way the owners -- a highly profitable cartel -- have always wanted it. For the Rangers to put out that very strong public statement, as self-serving as it is, is hugely significant in that it suggests dissension in the owner ranks, and from a massively influential Original Six franchise at that. I am too cynical to think anything tangibly comes of it, but it is undeniably important.
Good for the Rangers for standing up.
The rangers really jumped this all up a notch there if you ask me. Would have been easy to disagree but move on, the rangers arent in the playoffs.
This game tomorrow isn't going to live up to the hype, is it... The nhl will threaten both teams and limit any type of response, there's no way the nhl will give it a chance to get out of control.
It'll just prove the Rangers point even more, what Wilson got as a "punishment" was a f***ing joke. It's equivalent to someone on a 50K salary paying $48.
Parros should hand in his resignation for this latest decision, I agree with the Rangers
There needs be a suspension or some kind, or a penalty to the NYR staff. It is not allowed for the coaches to get involved with referee decisions; quite similarly, this sort of public challenge against the decrees of the league must be addressed. What Wilson did was not great, but that does not make a case for the NYR to challenge the due process in this way.
Well then maybe they should have gotten it right the first time. A fine in this instance is pathetic. And this is from a neutral fan.
Putin disapproves of the Rangers' message.
Lol you've clearly been living under a rock for the past 1+ years
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