Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Miles Wood Suspended One Game

Forward Miles Wood has been suspended one game by Hockey East for his boarding penalty on Monday night versus Boston University.

Obviously, I do not agree with the suspension but I completely understand why the league issued this punishment. Wood, as good as he has been for the Eagles, has had some issues with staying out of the box dating back to last season at Nobles where he was suspended for getting thrown out of multiple games. Over the past few weeks, Wood has done a much better job of avoiding the sin bin but I think his emotions might have gotten the best of him in this moment and because of that, he will be out of the lineup on Friday night.

On another note, I hope Hockey East takes a look at Mike Moran's vicious slash that forced Josh Couturier to lay on the ice for a few minutes. I don't know how the referees missed that call.

Go Eagles

2 comments:

  1. Mike Moran's punishment for the slash is having to watch the game film of Tuch's winning goal over and over again; how he lazily skated back on defense after the initial pass from Santini to Sanford to Tuch, and then watched him rifle the winner past Maguire while he watched from two feet away. He should be prepared to be a healthy scratch the next couple of games.

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  2. Hahaha u guys crying,the masters of diving wood is a dirty cheap shot taking piece of crap..yup I said it!!

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