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NHL Court

From Scott Burnside at ESPN,

One of the basic principles of the North American court system is that an open court is a just court. A closed court, by extension, is a court in which the seeds of doubt about whether justice is served are always present. It is why many of the NHL’s [disciplinary] decisions are regularly (and quietly) questioned by team officials and ridiculed by the media.

Why not make the process like a regular court?

Surely there is room in the NHL’s process for a stronger voice from the victim of these acts? And most important, why not establish a process by which the media can cover these events as they would any court proceeding. Whether it’s in person or via conference call or another manner, the give and take between the accused, the victim and the league should be open and accessible to ensure that justice is done.

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Update 1:05pm ET:  And on a related subject, Colin Campbell explains the differences between the Chris Simon and Chris Pronger suspensions to Michael Russo at the Star-Tribune

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