8 thoughts on “NHL Suspends Nick Ritchie 2 Games

  1. Glad you called it like it is, Tab. Corey Perry is a f*cking abomination. He’s one of those guys who has talent, but spends a good portion of his time being a f*ckstick instead of focusing on being the right kind of player. More focus on doing the right thing, and there would be more production than there already is from that creep.
    Kesler is not too far behind.
    I thought prior to this game that it could be bad news with Blackhawks players potentially getting gooned and hurt for the playoffs. Really glad Toews and Hossa did not play.

    Ritchie has been a creep in training, and he’s with the right bunch to fill out his potential, obviously.

  2. Ritchie should be suspended for more than 2 games. Rozi didn’t even drop the gloves or even try to defend himself. It was a bullshit call and once again the drama queen duck player falls to the ice acting like he is going to die. Best part is how Ritchie turtled up as TooToo would have sent him to the hospital even with 2 Duck players on his back.

    Perry is a piece of shit period! I was at the game in Anaheim a couple of years ago and watched how he slashed Hossa 100 feet behind the play. Hoss went out of the game and if I recall he was out for the next 4 or 5 games.

    I have been to many Duck games and they were my number 2 team behind our Hawks but now after last night and all their goon antics when we conceded this game I am done. Eff the Ducks!! They will never see a penny of my money (and I do not buy cheap seats. Either row 1-15 in the center or Suites). They are right up there now with the Kings on my hate list as a fan. The Ducks used to be a class organization years ago. Oh well. They want to be a-holes now and their GM all the way to the players just want to be.

  3. That spear, I thought, on Hoss pissed me off. 2-5 game suspensions arnt that many games and should be done everytime anyone even if they have some skill does anything. Otherwise Karma will get them but doesn’t always punish right away. I am surprised that the lack of amount of games Marchand gets as may times as hes has been suspended/how many times hasn’t he, that there isint goon police like a Scott to nail these sons of bitchs even thought there on other teams. Those guys would be like Dexter.

  4. 2 things-the stick work is getting out of hand-but the league/refs let the vast majority of it go so the bar has been set–it will ramp up even more in the playoffs and the skilled players are open season–they will be even less likely to call it during a tight, important game. (some games are nasty)

    2nd I think one of the reasons that Hartman played this down is that he lives on the line and crosses it enough not to complain. I’m impressed by his maturity-if you saw him play is first year with Plymouth and compare his actions now he is much smarter and disciplined. The Hawks need him as much as any young guy on the team.
    His ability and growth allowed the Hawks to trade Shaw and thus they got D-Cat.

  5. Laughable how the nhl is okay with this garbage and say they are worried somebody could get injured in the olympics. Pretty tough to swallow that reason.

  6. Well lets see here ,.,.the Hawks completely took that game off and got tuned up physically and on the score sheet ,.,Not showing up to win sends a signal to the other team that you do not care ,well the Ducks care ,and the Ducks could see the Hawks in the playoffs ,.,.there message was sent loud and clear ,.,.,they mean business .

    This taking games off and resting guys pisses people off , the Ducks included ,i think it”s bullshit ,look at the East playoff race ,.,.If Pittsburgh rest” their quality players tonight against the Leafs ,thats what i can throwing a game ,Not liking where this is heading ,but it,s not good for the game at all . So suck it up boy”s play like a bunch of bitches and get treated like a bunch of bitches .

  7. I’m sure Q will take your expert analysis into consideration Hawkhead. The second winningest coach in history needs you.

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