Blackhawks-Ducks: Chicago Loses Game, Brent Seabrook in Anaheim

March 17th, 2010 by TAB BAMFORD Leave a reply »
In perhaps the worst officiated game of this season (or any season in the last decade), the Blackhawks lost to the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night. More importantly, they may have lost another defenseman in the process.

Former Blackhawks/current piece of crap James Wisniewski took a premier cheap shot on Brent Seabrook that ended his night in the second period.

TSN’s Bob McKenzie described the hit on Twitter, saying ”Wisniewski’s hit on Seabrook may be the Grand Slam: Charging, Interference, Boarding, and pre-meditated malice.”

Yet, somehow, he only received a minor penalty for the hit and Duncan Keith, who came to the defense of his fallen teammate, received the same seven minutes in the box as Wisniewski.


Then, with the game tied in the third period, a puck popped up about 20 feet in the air. Brent Sopel, in wide open ice, waited for the puck to come down in front of him. As the puck descended to Sopel’s grasp, Corey Perry took perhaps the most obvious shot-in-the-back in the history of the NHL and—somehow—didn’t get called for anything. After a flurry of sho ...

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