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Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories

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Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn. Boston Red Sox Jerseys .ca. Hey Ref The news says Ryan Getzlafs good fortune got the Anaheim Ducks their first win of the season. I say, the Ref blew the game. HOOKING, HOOKING. Getzlaf non-hooking call cost the Wings the game. Whats the correct call, Kerry? Hopefully the NHL will have a chat to this young ref. Thanks, Bill Ducks vs Wings, Saturday night game, with 23 seconds to go....Getzlav hooks Kronwalls hands as he has the puck in the corner. He goes down, Getzlav brings the puck out and scores the game winner. Are the wings cheated out of a sure point, maybe 2, or was that a fair non call at a critical time in the game? We can all agree, in todays NHL, that gets called in the first 2 periods 100 per cent of the time. Thanks for your analysis, Sam What would you have called on Getzlaff ? Hook or Knonwall just fell? Don Verrier Bill, Sam and Don: I reviewed Ryan Getzlafs game-winning goal at the request of Jamie Bibby, a follower of @kfraserthecall on twitter. Jamie admitted to being a Bias Red Wing fan but agreed with my analysis of the play. What, say you? I maintain, as did referee Tom Kowal, that while Ryan Getzlaf extended his stick with a one-handed reach and made contact with the lower hand of Niklas Kronwall, it was Kronwalls skate striking the dasher kick-plate that caused the Detroit defenceman to fall and turn the puck over. It was an excellent non-call by the referee! A referee must take into account the cause and effect of a play when determining whether an infraction of the rules has been committed. A stick slash, even one that appears to be somewhat forceful, often requires the evidence of a smoking gun determined through breakage, or when an opponents stick is knocked out of his hands prior to the referee applying his judgment to call a penalty. A stick placed in an opponents skates, hands or other location is not necessarily a penalty until a legitimate trip or violation actually occurs. There must be the presence of some negative consequence in determining almost all potential infractions. To the point, an illegal advantage must be gained as a direct result of some action committed by the offending player. One misnomers, propagated in large part by broadcasters, is that a stick placed in a parallel position, which makes contact with an opponents hands is generally ruled an automatic penalty by the refs. While there is a heightened awareness and focus by the referees to this potential foul, there must be some resulting consequence to the action before it becomes a penalty. As you looked at the beginning of this play you would note that Kronwall pinched at the Ducks blue line and attempted to contain Getzlaf from breaking through the neutral zone with a hook placed in the parallel position. Kronwalls stick did in fact contact Getzlafs lower hand and the Ducks captain was slightly turned but played through the restraint and continued to attack the puck. Kronwalls stick was in the parallel position, did make contact with Getzlafs hands, did cause some restraint but the resulting effect was not sufficient to warrant a penalty in the correct judgment of referees Kelly Sutherland and Kowal. The one-hand, weak extended reach by Getzlaf likewise did not turn the Detroit player or cause him to lose the puck or his footing. Kronwalls fall to the ice was directly a result of his own body position which caused his skate to hit the kick-plate almost simultaneously with the reach by Getzlaf. To penalize Getzlaf on this play would have been an overreaction. Referee Tom Kowal deserves kudos for gaining the proper sightline and applying the correct judgment on this difficult play. Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian brethren and Columbus Day wishes to my fellow U.S. citizens. 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Earnshaw began his career with Cardiff Citys youth program and turned professional in 1998.LAKE LOUISE, Alta. - Going in with the philosophy that you perform how you practise, Canadas Manny Osborne-Paradis pushed the pace in the first World Cup downhill training run of the season.Norways Kjetil Jansrud posted the fastest time at Lake Louise with the Osborne-Paradis right behind him. Jansrud, who won downhill bronze and super-G gold at this years Winter Olympics, laid down a time of one minute 54.21 seconds in falling snow.Osborne-Paradis of North Vancouver, B.C., was .33 back in 1:54.54. Olympic downhill champion Matthias Mayer of Austria was third in 1:54.92.Between 30 to 50 centimetres of snow were projected to fall Thursday and Friday in the mountain parks west of Calgary, which is problematic for training runs scheduled before Saturdays race.That amount of snow significantly adds to the workload of grooming the course, so cancelling one or both training runs to give technicians time to prepare the track for races is a possibility. The first World Cup downhill of 2014-15 is Saturday followed by Sundays super-G.Osborne-Paradis wanted a quality training run Wednesday in case it was the only one. The 30-year-old also wanted to simulate race speed so it wont feel like a completely different gear Saturday.I knew there might not be a (another) training run and for me personally, if I want a chance at any overall globe in my career, to get a higher world ranking or anything, I have to be better in training runs, he said.Its just the same speed in the race instead of having to be way faster. Ive just been trying to keep up that race pace.Jeffrey Frisch of Mont-Tremblant, Que., was sixth. Calgarys Jan Hudec, who won Olympic bronze in super-G, was 17th.The other thing we talked with coach about in the meeting yesterday was this might be our only training run, Hudec said. If you kind of ease your way down today, youve got to pull something big out of the bag on Saturday.Former world champion Erik Guay of Mont-Tremblant, Que., will not race this weekend. Canadas most decorated World Cup racer with 22 career medals has delayed the start of his racing season after a pair of off-season knee surgeries.Lake Louise is the lone Canadian stop on the World Cup alpiine ski circuit. Tyler Thornburg Red Sox Jersey. Osborne-Paradis was the last Canadian man on the podium in 2009 when he won super-G.That win capped a run of four straight years a Canadian finished somewhere on the mens podium in Lake Louise in either downhill or super-G. Osborne-Paradis was also second in downhill in 2007.I feel confident on my skis, Osborne-Paradis said Wednesday. Thats definitely Step 1. Ive come here before and not felt great, but I dont know if you can really tell a whole lot from today. Hopefully we get another training run and just take it day by day.Norways Aksel Lund Svindal is not in Lake Louise after claiming three straight super-G wins as well as the downhill two years ago. He injured his Achilles tendon playing soccer last month.The prize purse in each race this weekend is $117,000 with $35,000 going to the victor.Osborne-Paradis, 30, married Lana McIntosh on Sept. 20. The couple live in Invermere, B.C.I didnt wear my ring today because its race season, Osborne-Paradis said. I told her I wasnt going to wear it as long as I started actually racing.With the amount of people hitting their hands on gates and stuff, you dont want to break your finger and then lose your ring finger.Former Austrian racer Hannes Trinkl is now an assistant referee in Lake Louise, where he won the downhill in 1999. Trinkl has set a course the Canadians feel is a throwback with less turns.Its probably set the way it was when he raced it more or less. Back when downhill was downhill, Hudec explained. 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