NHL video: Should Dustin Brown receive a suspension?

Nick Kypreos: Kings Dustin Brown will have a hearing for his elbow on Wild Jason Pominville.

Do you think he should be suspended? How many games do you think he SHOULD get? How many games do you think he WILL get?

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  1. #1 by Pesus at April 24th, 2013

    I don’t think there should be a hearing at all. This is Pom’s fault more than Browns. Did Brown see him coming?sure he did, he braced himself and Pom ran head first into his elbow.

  2. #2 by Kevin at April 24th, 2013

    I see Poms putting his face in Browns shoulder/elbow area….How can a guy be punished for another’s suicide attempt.

  3. #3 by Ian Chin at April 24th, 2013

    Brown has been playing reckless for 2-3 years now… he’s way overdue. His knee-to-knee shots, his high hits, and his flopping really needs to be checked. He went from a awesome player to a dirty diver in the span of 3-4 seasons.

  4. #4 by Pesus at April 24th, 2013

    What knee to knee? What hi hits? If that was the case he would of been suspended all ready had there been many knee to knee shots. You must be a cryotes fan, crying about the hit in the playoffs where some lame got drilled shoulder first.

  5. #5 by Leaf_Fan at April 24th, 2013

    should be nothing

    pominville ran into the guy real low, his own fault, brown just prepared for the hit

    shanny might give 1 game though

  6. #6 by Pesus at April 24th, 2013

    Shanny need a good elbow to the head. How this gets 2 games and Nash gets nothing for a flying elbow to the back of a defenseless players head. Think shanny is trying to get his old mates in the playoffs. Take Brown out against Det and another game so nobody thinks anything of it.

  7. #7 by Leaf_Fan at April 24th, 2013

    what a joke, wasn’t there a change in the CBA? that its supposed to be an impartial person, and not just 1 biased guy?

  8. #8 by Ian Chin at April 24th, 2013

    Pesus you just start watching hockey? How about the Western Conference finals… Brown on Rozsival (after the whistle)… how about last week… Brown on Cogliano and Brown on Roussell?

    He hasn’t been suspended because Rob Blake sits next to Brendan Shanahan in the league office.

    Did Nash deserve to sit on his hit on Kopecky? Absolutely… I’d even say that Richards embellished that hit by Kaleta that got him four games… Why? Shanahan is obviously still tight with Glenn Sather.

    The biggest travesty is that the NHL has EX PLAYERS (I.e. Shanahan, Blake) in charge of of discipline… these guys still have their allegiances and bias – heck they’ve even played with many of the guys they’re suppose to be policing.

  9. #9 by Pesus at April 25th, 2013

    To chin, Go back and watch those hits again buddy, all clean. Perfect shoulder to shoulder hits thus no fine or penalty. Rosival was at the whistle., did he get a piece of his knee? yes but it was not trageted, again it was shoulder first. Perfectly executed hits. I understand the ruling but don’t agree because we have seen way worse go unpunished. I hate how an injury affects the ruling. I don’t want to see guy get hurt but what the NHL is doing is punishing guys for accidently injury somebody and guy that target the head (Nash)but don’t cause injury get off scott free.

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