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by Paul on 04/21/09 at 09:03 AM ET
from Ed Moran of the Philadelphia Daily News,
But the play seemed to justify the Flyers’ belief that at times there is a different level of justice for them compared to their opponents. Daniel Carcillo’s hit to the back of Max Talbot’s head in Game 1 deserved the one-game suspension, but the Kunitz hit looked like a direct attempt to injure another player - and Kunitz was left undisciplined.
The league has talked about eliminating headshots from the game, and Kunitz went very high on Timonen.
Flyers coach John Stevens said he had no doubt of the intent….
“The angle I saw, there were three guys all together and it was a hard, hard hit, and my only concern is if there was a hit to the head there.
“It didn’t look like he left his feet and I didn’t hear from anybody else that there was an elbow or anything, but it was a hard, hard hit.”
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