Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Proof that NHL officiating is giving the series to Chicago

NHL.com have recently posted an article where Vancouver General Manager Mike Gillis is quoted at length. Gillis has made statements regarding what he views as biased or incorrect officiating in the series between the Vancouver Canucks and the Chicago Blackhawks.

According to Gillis: "we're going to be very hard-pressed to win hockey games if throughout an entire series when the score is tight, (the Blackhawks) get 75 percent more power plays than we do."

He continued: "You look at the game (Sunday) night, you guys all watched it, you don't need me to comment about what occurred in that hockey game. But when you break down the video, there are some extraordinary plays to explain given what's gone on."

"The Torres hit was determined to be an interference call. Their team called for him to be suspended for multiple games, all kinds of people called for him to be suspended for multiple games," Gillis said.

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1 comment:

  1. Here we go again in Boston, Hansen was not offside at about the 10 minute mark of the second in Game 4. Marchand works over Sedin before a faceoff, but when Kesler whacks a player-he's off and nullifies a PP in third, Peverley falls on his own and Sedin gets a penalty because he's the closest guy...it goes on and on...REFS YOU SUCK!!