That's what I'm worried about, with the way this season has been, he is for sure going to get tossed with one of his hits.
I agree on this play, no contact to the head. Even IF there was contact, it requires two things to receive a suspension for an illegal check to the head. 1) Principal point of contact must be the head. 2) Head must be targeted. Not one of these, but BOTH of these criteria must be satisfied to receive a suspension. In turn, I believe these same factors should define an 'illegal check to the head'.
Edzo complaining about a 'blindside hit', which is not in the criteria for this rule. It's not the blindside that makes it dangerous. It's the principal contact and targeting of the head that do.
Edzo.... the only words/phrases he can actually say are the following: chicago, blackhawks, chicago blackhawks, toews, amazing 2010, 2010 was the best season, oh my god look at kane, kaner!, look at those hawks, wowzer those hawks are looking good this year, man i love chicago, chicagos a great city, how about those hawks?
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