Re: Open Letter to Mr. Cam Neely
posted at 4/28/2011 8:05 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Open Letter to Mr. Cam Neely
[QUOTE]In Response to Open Letter to Mr. Cam Neely : Is this a fact you're stating? Is there some sort of review where this is actually evident; or are you stating an opinion? I'm asking to shut one of my co-workers up because he won't stop on the non-high stick call on Kelly, the high stick contact on the puck by Ryder just before the 3rd goal & the Ference shoulder on Halpern! So please tell me where I can find this to shut him up!!! Bad calls on both teams!
Posted by nitemare-38[/QUOTE]
Okay fine maybe Bergeron's stick was very close and the jerking of the head sold the call. I thought Peverly also sold the call well 10mins earlier only that in a close game the refs let that go.
Then this so called spear by Kelly, come on ... give me a break. It was Hamerlik while trying to get the puck before Kelly's poke check lifted the stick. The forward motion of Kelly cause his stick to press against his chest up high. No way is that a call.
Ryder high stick just before that , very debateable. Maybe it was but in a game where the refs missed so many also the otherway it was not the end of the world.
Funny how the losing team fans just looks for excuses.
Who's to say if Kelly didn't score that the Bruins wouldn't scored on another occasion. Who's to say that the Habs get that PP at the end and PK scores.
Like that fast whistle in Montreal , Gionta played the refs and the whole crowd. He put it in a full second after the whistle. Tell me he didn't hear it?
and who's to say if TT doesn't hear a whistle he finds and freezes or clears the puck before Gionta arrives. The same goes for this situation, who's to say if that goal counted the Bruins get caught with too many men on the ice and then make it into a 5 on 3.
Anyway, you get my point. Just tell your Hab co-worker to move on .
I for one loved the series and my only regret were the officials not letting them play (i.e. CHI-VAN).
I have to admit my biggest fear was the Bruins backing away too much due to the refs calling it too tight but instead they kept on coming. Bravo !