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  • Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

    hum...that usually means 5+ games ...

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=7159 ... l:topheads

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    Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

    confirmed on CBC's HNIC, 7 games for Cooke

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      I don't think seven games is enough. At this point, it's clear Cooke is intentionally trying to take out players. I think it's time for the league to look at 20+ games and see if that will "reform" him.

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        Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

        Why is this idiot still in the league?

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          If the league rules intent to injure on suspensions, the offending player should be suspended until the injured player is able to play again.

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            Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

            Originally posted by Josh
            If the league rules intent to injure on suspensions, the offending player should be suspended until the injured player is able to play again.
            The counter argument is that a team can call up John Doe from their farm team, get him to take out your all-star, and it makes no difference to the offending team that they lose some nobody.

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              Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

              7 games is not good enough. Seriously, the guy just showed, AGAIN, that he doesn't have any respect for his opponent. This is his 6th suspension. He ended Marc Savard's career...pretty much ended Sean Donovan's....Add to that a few cheap shots he wasn't penalized for and you got a good case of "here's the door, Buddy", have a nice retirement. I just don't get how this guy is still around to do all this crap.

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                Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

                Originally posted by thedaigle1
                Originally posted by Josh
                If the league rules intent to injure on suspensions, the offending player should be suspended until the injured player is able to play again.
                The counter argument is that a team can call up John Doe from their farm team, get him to take out your all-star, and it makes no difference to the offending team that they lose some nobody.
                Well that can still happen under the current regulations...

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                  Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games



                  Wish someone else would do this to him.....

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                    Re: Cooke to have in person hearing/ 7 games

                    "First and foremost, I want to say that I am disappointed and sorry that Tyson Barrie cannot play for the Colorado Avalanche tonight. I wish he could. Unfortunately, it was not my intent to collide with him knee-on-knee. It was my intent to finish my check," Cooke said. "The playoffs are a hard and physical time and it's my job to be physical. I've led my teams in hits all three games and it's an intense time. I've led my team this year in hits, and in this series.

                    "Since March 20, 2011, I've been a changed player. I've approached the game differently. I think differently about the game. The stats I've collected over those three seasons prove that I am a changed player. And the plays that I make and the plays that I don't make prove to that point as well.

                    "At the end of the day, this situation was not my intent."

                    http://www.nhl.com/ice/blogpost.htm?id= ... l:topheads

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