Nothing I despise more than a dirty cheating diver Marchand, Gallagher, Tkachuk (Calgary), Abdellader all world class divers. All despised by most opposing fan bases because of their occasional four legged rodent unsportsmanlike behavior that draws penalties. I remember a few years back Kadri receiving a lot of vitriol from fans (I was one of them) about his diving. No one likes a diver... I've always thought the game should be played within the rules but this years team's dominant PP is making me reconsider does the end justify the mean? A few years back Montreal had a team of divers, I mean sneeze and they would fall, the Canadian Olympic diving team would be proud of Montreal's high degree of difficulty dives, they also had an extremely good PP and that was the difference between them being a bad team and a great team. I think they scored somewhere near a PP goal a game. Imagine what damage this team could do if they were able to draw more penalties, we currently rank 13th in drawn PIM's and average less than 3 drawn PIM's per game , among the lowest in the league. We currently have 50% success rate on the PP. So the question to the great Leaf Nation, do we believe playing strictly by the rules is the only way or do you think that having a few players who are able to draw penalties (aka dive) is fair play? Is diving cheating or is it just part of the game?