NHL must change philosophy on reckless physical play
It was about as predictable as an episode of "Three's Company." The moment Kurtis Foster of the Minnesota Wild went hurtling into the boards and broke his leg last week trying to beat Torrey Mitchell of the San Jose Sharks to the puck, the usual hue and cry came from the hockey community calling for an immediate move to no-touch icing.
The loud dresser with the loud mouth who rules Canada during the first intermission on Saturday night was, of course, first in line, continuing ...
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