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Canucks Offer Their Reaction On Raffi Torres Suspension

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Canucks aleady have a misconduct penalty to start the game

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Canucks aleady have a misconduct penalty to start the game

Go Canucks Go

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25 games for a hockey play BfreakingS..

way to take hitting out of the game there turning the NHL into touch football.

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it's to bad they have to button their lip somewhat when it comes to the media

I wonder what they really think?

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Good for AV for sticking up for his team, and Daniel!

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will be interesting to hear "Grapes" opinion on it later this evening

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Thank you Torres!

Let's hope that was the final blow to put that joke of a team out of their misery, so they can begin their long offseason of whining. Toews has lost a lot of respect from me by spouting off about Torres and his dirty ways, as though Keith DIDN'T go headhunting on Danny and commit the ugliest 'hit' of the year.

Take a look at your own bench Hawks, what comes around goes around.

Go Nucks!!!

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Some of the NHLS biggest suspension involved the Canucks. Examples: Raffi Torres former Canuck 25 games.Todd Bertuzzi 20 games and lost 500k in pay, Marty McSorley of the Boston Bruins hit Vancouver Canucks Donald Brashear. McSorley got 23 games and charged.And Matt Cooke the FORMER CANUCKS 16 games.

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AV is right.. The NHL seems to talk a lot about charging, interference, etc, but shouldn't intent be the most deciding factor when giving out a suspension?

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AV is right.. The NHL seems to talk a lot about charging, interference, etc, but shouldn't intent be the most deciding factor when giving out a suspension?

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