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I believe DeBrusk was going for a check there for sure, but at the last minute Kadri tried to move out of the way which resulted in their two knees catching each other. As Deus says, not sure what you were watching there...I thought the stantion hit was the most questionable by DeBrusk, but as you said, all he broke there was an unwritten rule.Speak for yourself. You're lying to yourself if you don't believe that was a knee on knee hit.
LMFAODeBrusk should be suspended. Flying elbow to the face and a flying knee-on-knee hit. Both uncalled and ultimately the cause of things boiling over. Regardless, Kadri is indeed a scumbag.
Also, the hit on Marleau looked innocent but it's an unwritten rule you don't hit a guy in to the stantion. He lined it up the entire way.
This is actually really good trolling. You are trolling us, aren't you? You took two screenshots right when Kadri sidestepped the hit causing him to go flying. Both maust and I pointed this out in our original posts. Go watch the full replay. There is not an ounce of dirtiness in this and Kadri can blame himself for his spill. Too bad he's too big of a ****y and tried to avoid the hit which caused him to look like a flying ballerina.
Yup.Down 5-2 entering the 9th. Was it not Baylor that hit the first 2 run homer?
They were down 89-82 with about 4 minutes left in game 7 and won 91-90. Some of the best defense I have ever seen.... And Maxwell charging a fan in game 6 at the old Spectrum was sweet also...They were down like 6 with less than 2 minutes left in game 5 or 6 I believe.
Henderson put them ahead, Baylor made it 5-4. Angels made it 6-6 in the 9th - Sox got out of bases loaded, 1 out jam in the 9th. Henderson won it in the 11th with a sac fly.that's a good question. I should remember. all i see is Henderson jumping up then limping around the bases. but i think it was baylor who put them ahread.
Nope, Henderson's homer game them the lead.. poor Gene Mauch (Angels manager who managed the Phillies in '64 when they collapsed ) looked shellshocked...that's a good question. I should remember. all i see is Henderson jumping up then limping around the bases. but i think it was baylor who put them ahread.