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03/09/2011

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Chara avoids suspension in part because he’s never been suspended before. Yet last year, he had a suspension rescinded in the playoffs for instigating.

you mean like the Don Cherry has been asking for? Don has been talking about these things for years but no one hears they just hear fight,fight.fight he has been trying to make the game safer for players since day one. the boards/ the glass/ the elbow pads and equipment/no touch icing/ neack protectors/checking from behind stop signs for the backs of helmuts need i go on??? Watch coach's corner and be enlightened

Good idea! This totally makes sense. Given the injuries in the NHL this year, I think this would be a good system.

A little late on this comment, but it's a heck of an idea. So is the wider (ie. European) ice surface.

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