Flyers’ Daniel Carcillo Suspended Four Games for Fight with Matt Bradley

December 6th, 2009 by Eric LaForge Leave a reply »
After receiving every penalty known to man, things have just gotten worst for the Flyers' Daniel Carcillo.

During a game Saturday night against the Washington Capitals, Carcillo was given a ton of penalties during a confrontation with Washington's Matt Bradley. He received a minor for cross-checking, a minor for instigation, a major for fighting, a 10-minute misconduct, and a game misconduct, all on the same play.

Carcillo received a four-game suspension, and, according to is being fined just over $43,000.

Bradley was able to avoid any penalties and his team was not punished. The Flyers, on the other hand, had to find a way to kill a nine minute penalty.

After looking at the replay (see the replay ) a few times I have to say that I disagree with a lot of the penalties Carcillo received.

He easily could have gotten away with a minor for unsportsmanlike conduct, and cross-checking, since he did try to get Bradley to fight, and delivered a pretty unfair cross-check.

I think that it was really unfair that he received a ton of penalties and Bradley didn't receive any, even though he was planning on ...

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