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  1. Except I'm pointing out 1 instance of a fairly consistent disparity. I could take the time to go through the games and find more, but frankly I don't feel the need. Draw what conclusions you want.
  2. I totally understand that some calls are going to be missed due to human error, whether that's positioning, or not focusing on where the infraction takes place due to other factors (players pathing into the ref, fight happening somewhere else, etc.), but when you can objectively see via a replay an infraction, there should be no ambiguity as to what is or isn't a call. Take a look at the last video I posted. I had posted multiple clips of stick lifting in the Ottawa game that was posted that Kragar indicated he didn't think was a penalty, and yet, in the Feb 28th SJ game, the Canucks get called when a Canuck lifts some player's stick and the guy falls into a different Canucks player. If something gets called sometimes, it should get called all the time. Now you could argue that because he lifted the stick as opposed to hooking near the hands that the ref probably didn't see the infraction properly and penalized the result, but the intended infraction that the ref was trying to call remains an inconsistently called penalty.
  3. The point is to make the calls not ambiguous. The reason this is the case is the same reason it is for the refs. Make all the calls and there's no ambiguity. Read my response to his post " The point isn't whether or not something is easy to call, the point is that stuff that's in the rulebook as a penalty isn't getting called. If they called everything, then there would be no ambiguity with regards to what is and isn't a penalty, which is why in some of my earlier vids I was adding all the stick taps near the hands. Stopped doing that due to the amount of time it takes, not that I think less of taking that away from the game so that real slashes/hooks actually get called, as well as the fact that the vast majority of those have no/very little impact on the play "
  4. Well if you can't analyze data, that's your problem
  5. But these videos show that it is happening. I'm not making this up, and as I've said before, anyone could point out any plays that I've missed in my videos, so it's not like I'm doctoring what I've recorded for the sake of proving my point (not that at this point, since I'm taking so long, people likely have the games saved still). This isn't the first year this has happened either, and it certainly won't be the last
  6. I more or less feel it's an issue with the league wanting it or something, moreso than individual refs, and I imagine it's more of a Canadian vs American team bias, but I couldn't tell you. All I can do is show that this is what's happening
  7. What does reffing in a Bruins/Rangers game have to do with reffing in a Canucks game? Nothing. Reffing in other teams' games has no impact on the results of what I'm posting here
  8. Van VS SJ Feb 28th, 2016 Reffing from the game Dillon on Virtanen - Holds him back with his free arm. Should have been called Hertl on Baertschi - Trips him. Should have been called Cracknell on Couture - Interferes with him. Should have been called Tierney on Etem - Slew foots him. Should have been called for tripping Ward on Weber - Hooks/interferes with him. Should have been called D Sedin on Braun - Hooks him. Should have been called Hamhuis on Couture - Should have been called for slashing the stick out of his hands Dorsett on Ward - Trips him with a slash. Should have been called Tierney on Hamhuis - Holds/trips him. Should have been called Sbisa on Ward - Interferes with him. Should have been called Horvat on Hertl - Hooks his stick and he falls into another Canucks player. Shouldn't have been called as lifting a players stick never gets called as a penalty Martin - Grabs the puck and turns around as he's being checked before dropping it. Should have been called for delay of game H Sedin on Thornton - Grabs his stick so he couldn't make a play on the puck - Should have been called Sbisa on Pavelski - Hooks him in the armpit. Should have been called Polak on Virtanen - Hooks/trips him. Should have been called Martin on Virtanen - Interferes with him. Should have been called Tierney on Biega - Hooks him. Should have been called Vancouver gets called for 4 penalties, 1 of which wasn't even a penalty (according to every other time it happens) San Jose gets called for 1 penalty 7 infractions Vancouver made that should have been called 9 infractions San Jose made that should have been called Canucks called for 4 penalties on 10 infractions, 1 of which happened on a non-infraction Sharks called for 1/10 infractions San Jose gets away with 4 trips and a delay of game Vancouver gets away with a trip, an obvious holding the stick and slashing the stick out of a player's hand
  9. It's GAA. Goals Against Average
  10. The reason I'm doing this is so that it's been done. People can come here and look at a decent portion of the season for the Canucks and see what a joke they get for officiating on a consistent basis. Actual video proof, not just someone saying "Oh, that series was BS". Honestly I'd love to see videos from either of our 2nd round series against Chicago in the '09 and '10 playoffs, or the 2011 1st round series against them as well, besides the Boston finals. The most obvious joke of officiating would probably be the series against SJ in the 2012 playoffs.
  11. The point isn't whether or not something is easy to call, the point is that stuff that's in the rulebook as a penalty isn't getting called. If they called everything, then there would be no ambiguity with regards to what is and isn't a penalty, which is why in some of my earlier vids I was adding all the stick taps near the hands. Stopped doing that due to the amount of time it takes, not that I think less of taking that away from the game so that real slashes/hooks actually get called, as well as the fact that the vast majority of those have no/very little impact on the play
  12. Van vs Ott 02/25/2016 Reffing from the game Lazar on Vey, Horvat on Lazar - Lazar pushes out Vey's skate, tripping him. Should have been called. Horvat should have been called for interference. ? on Turris - Hooks his feet. Should have been called for hooking Paul on Granlund - Shoves him head first by the numbers into the boards. Should have been called boarding/roughing Bartkowski on Ryan - Hard to tell, but he might have grabbed him Neil on Etem - Trips him away from the puck. Should have been called Methot on Baertschi - Skates directly into his path before attempting to make a play on the puck, allowing his teammate to make a play on the puck. Should have been called for interference Neil on Dorsett - Grabs his stick right after the faceoff. Should have been called for holding the stick Phaneuf on Etem - Can openers Etem as he's making a play to the front of the net. Should have been called for tripping Zibanejad on Granlund? - Possible hooking. Can't tell from this angle what part of the stick was lifted Methot on Horvat - Shoves him from behind into the boards before the puck even got to him. Should have been called for either boarding or interference Virtanen/Phaneuf - Phaneuf called for cross checking Virtanen's arm. Doesn't look like that big a deal. Refs make a weak slashing call on Virtanen from a sell job by Phaneuf D Sedin/Pageau & Hamhuis on Stone - Could have called D Sedin & Pageau for holding each other. Should have called Hamhuis for holding Stone Chiasson on Horvat - Trips him in the middle of the ice. Should have been called H Sedin on Methot - Hooks him. Should have been called Chiasson on Baertschi - Grabs/hooks/trips him. Takes him down regardless. Should have been called Anderson on Burrows - Punches him with his trapper. Should have been called for roughing Stone on Baertschi - Somehow another trip goes uncalled Wideman on Burrows - Hooks him going to the Anderson/the puck Wideman on Hansen - Hooks him, causing his whole upper body to shift position. Should have been called Hutton on Zibanejad - Shoves him to behind the net standing at the side of the net. Should have been called for interference Vancouver gets called for 5 penalties Ottawa gets called for 5 penalties including a double minor 1 weak call they could have made against the Canucks, 1 of the penalties was pretty weak 1 they could have made against the Sens, 1 of the penalties was weak 6 infractions Vancouver made that should have been called 14 infractions Ottawa made that should have been called Canucks called for 5/11 infractions Senators called for 5/19 infractions Ottawa gets away with 6 trips, an obvious holding the stick, and 2 boarding infractions
  13. The whole reason I'm doing this is because I've seen this being an issue since the '06-'07 season (I started watching all the games in '05-'06), not because of the beginning part of this last season, hence the statistics I indicated in the initial post. Throwing 1 off game from 2 other teams really doesn't give any meaningful information. The point isn't whether or not the reffing is bad, but to show that regardless of that, the Canucks way more often than not get the bad end of the stick
  14. So it took me a while to actually just watch/record all the rest of the games (aside from 2 which I forgot to set my PVR to record), and my motivation to complete this hasn't been high, but I do plan on doing it Van vs Col on Feb 21st, 2016 Biega on Mitchell - Trips him. Should have been called Bigras on Etem - Could have called him for hooking. Stick straight across and hooked his armpit Burrows on Landeskog - Could have made a weak slashing call Baertschi on Soderberg - Should have been called for holding Cracknel & Comeau - Holding/interfering with each other. Each could have been called Didn't record the Dorsett/Beauchemin offsetting double minor penalties Soderberg on ? - Grabs the Canucks player (you can see the sweater pulling away from his body). Could have been called Mitchell on Etem - Takes him down. Should have been called for hooking or holding Iginla on Horvat - Should have been called for tripping Horvat on Duchene? - Should have been called for hooking D Sedin on Landeskog - Gets called for tripping, but at best this is a weak slashing call. Bad call Burrows on ? - Slashes him in the hand/arm. Should have been called McCann on Mitchell - Shoves him (a 2nd shove) from behind into the boards. Could have been called for boarding. Have seen a Canucks player get called for a very similar type of shove before. Aves player on Hamhuis - Cross checks him in the neck. Should have been called Landeskog & Dorsett - Landeskog interferes with Dorsett, who gets called for high sticking as he's trying to get Landeskog off him, while Landeskog is falling. Landeskog should have been called. Penalty on Dorsett is weak Cracknell on Skille - Blocks him from checking him. Not a penalty. Got called for the exact same play against OEL in the Phoenix game near the beginning of the month D Sedin on Iginla, Bigras - Hooks one, then the other. Should have been called for Hooking, or a double minor for hooking Bigras on Cracknell - Hooks him. Wouldn't have been a powerplay for the Canucks given that they scored immediately after, but the ref had no intention of calling a penalty (no arm up) Tanguay/Mcleod on ?/McCann - Tanguay interferes with the Canucks player, who never touched the puck, and Mcleod trips McCann. Should have been 2 penalties Comeau on D Sedin - Takes out his leg. Should have been a tripping penalty Mitchell on Tanev - Holds his stick. Should have been called Landeskog on Hamhuis - Trips him before the whistle blows. Should have been called Cracknell on Holden - Holds his stick. Should have been called Bartkowski on McLeod - Holds him. Should have been called Virtanen on Mitchell - High sticks him. Should have been called 2 minute penalty Vancouver gets called for 4 penalties Colorado gets called for 4 penalties 3 weak calls they could have made against the Canucks, 2 of which were called penalties 2 they could have made against the Aves 10 infractions Vancouver made that should have been called 11 infractions Calgary made that should have been called Canucks called for 4 penalties on 12 infractions and 2 weak infractions Aves called for 4/15 infractions Colorado gets away with 4 trips, an obvious holding the stick, and cross checking Hamhuis in the neck Vancouver gets away with a trip, an obvious holding the stick and a high stick
  15. That's probably right