Mikael Granlund incredible lacrosse style goal against Russia to make it 1-0 in the 2011 IIHF Semi Final
LET ME BE CLEAR - I am calling this Big and Dirty in the title but I really mean Big and/or Dirty. Not all of these hits are dirty. But many of them are.
I tried to put together all the dirtiest and biggest hits since I published my last video, Old Time Hockey or Disrespect on Ice.
This one covers not just the 2011-2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, Rounds 2 and 3, but also the 2012 IIHF World Championships. I also have one video from the 2012 Memorial Cup - I wish I could have more but the only source I have for these are other peoples' YouTube videos.
Song is Song 2 from Blur; some old-school music for some old-school hockey.
Here are the hits in order of appearance (searching for these strings should bring you the original video I stole to make this)
0:01 Hayes hit on Michal Rozsival
0:04 Martin Hanzal boarding on Brown
0:08 Jonathan Huberdeau elbows Matt Rupert
0:11 Zac Rinaldo hit on Dainius Zubras
0:15 Andrei Kostitsyn hits Evander Kane
0:20 Shane Doan and Drew Doughty rasslin
0:24 Robert Sabolic levels Jeff Hutchins
0:28 Sacha Treille Vicious Hit on Roman Starchenko
0:33 Marian Gaborik elbows Marek Zidlicky
0:38 Chris Stewart hit on Richardson
0:42 Salmela Hits Goligoski
0:47 Rupp Shoves Brodeur
0:54 Giroux illegal check to head on Zubrus
0:59 Erik Gudbranson hit on Zubrus
1:04 Marc Staal hit on Alex Ovechkin
1:09 Ronalda Kenina efektivais speka panemiens
1:12 Del Zotto hit on Chris Neil
1:15 Kalinin checks Franzen in the face
1:21 Getzlaf destroys Mikus
1:27 Dustin Brown Big Hit on Pietrangelo
1:30 Big Hit Denmark v. Italy
1:33 Dustin Brown hit on Andy McDonald
1:35 Brandon Prust elbow on Anton Volchenkov
1:40 Libor Hudacek destroys Martin Erat
1:46 Goran Bezina Destroys Anthony Guttigi
1:50 Klesla boarding on Halischuk
1:54 Zac Rinaldo hit on Volchenkov
What a Game, and comeback, down 3-0 and we win! Obv the highlight of new years!
Last time in the WC finals 2002, now 10 years later Slovakia has a chance to win the championship! We won it in Bratislava, you win it in Helsinki. Finland is behind you, beat the russians!
05:57 0 : 1 SVK EQ 82 KOPECKY T
09:14 0 : 2 SVK EQ 18 SATAN M
16:14 1 : 2 CAN EQ 9 KANE E
26:30 2 : 2 CAN PP1 53 SKINNER J
37:43 3 : 2 CAN EQ 41 BURROWS A
53:25 3 : 3 SVK EQ 61 BARTOVIC M
57:32 3 : 4 SVK PP1 26 HANDZUS M
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Bloopers, mistakes, worst plays, and other funny things from around the Hockey world from the NHl, to the CHL Memorial Cup Final, to the IIHF. Watch the own goals, referee mistakes, trips, falls, horrible goals, and even a cup breaking!
Here are the games in which the Bloopers were played.
10. Pittsburg Penguins vs. Detroit Red Wings
9. New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils
8. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins
7. Washington Capitals vs. Pittsburg Penguins
6. Finland vs. USA
5. Switzerland vs. Russia
4. Carolina Hurricanes vs. Atlanta Thrashers
3. Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Buffalo Sabres
2. Toronto Maple Leafs vs. New York Islanders
1. Spokane Chiefs vs. Kitchener Rangers
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Slovakia - Belarus 1:2 group A IIHF World Championship 2009 Switzerland
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The official song of the 2010 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - ICE HOCKEY!
2010 IIHF World Championship Germany
Jääkiekon MM 2010
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Sweden vs. Czech Republic
Ruotsi - Tsekki
Sverige - Tjeckien
Švédsko - Česká Republika , Česko
Highlihts; goals, shootout
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Kiitos Suomen Leijonat mm-kullasta 15.5.2011!!! Kiitokseksi tein kokoelman turnauksen huippuhetkistä. Videot ovat pääosaltaan YLE:n tai IIHF:n materiaalia. Videon musiikki on Pojun - Poika saunoo.
HELSINKI (CP) -- Canadian Owen Nolan, the central figure in a wild melee at the world hockey championships, says he has nothing to apologize for.
The San Jose Shark right-winger was one of four players -- two Canadians and two from the Czech Republic -- suspended for one game by the International Ice Hockey Federation.
"As far as what I did, I'd probably do it again," Nolan said Thursday. "I've never seen stickwork like that in my life.
"I've never been speared so much in my whole career, let along one game."
Not everyone saw Wednesday's brawl, in the dying minutes of a 5-3 loss to the Czech Republic, that way.
In Finland's largest daily newspaper, the Helsinki Sanomat, columnist Juhani Syvainen wrote: "The Canadian professionals . . . should be ashamed of themselves. Owen Nolan was not the only anti-hero on the ice.
"Canadians attacked the Czechs in such an organized way that you might have suspected the coach gave the order to attack."
Canadian coach Andy Murray denied the charge, alleging the Czechs are considered the dirtiest hockey team in Europe because of their stickwork.
Towards the end of the game Wednesday, Vladimir Vujtek was knocked down, then attempted to spear a Canadian player with his stick. That's when Nolan and teammates took matters into their own hands.
The melee involved all 12 players on the ice, plus at least two players from each team that left the bench. The fights weren't of NHL calibre, but the episode left fans jeering both teams.
Nolan floored at least one Czech during the brawl with a gloved sucker punch.
The IIHF originally suspended four players from each team based on the referee's game report. Following an appeal by both teams Thursday, half the suspensions were lifted.
Nolan and San Jose teammate Shean Donovan will miss today's game against Russia , while Travis Green of the New York Islanders and Rob Blake of the Los Angeles Kings were reinstated following review of additional video tape.
Nolan missed the Canadian practice Thursday to get treatment on his ankles and legs for severe bruising.
"When you get those guys to North America, you'll never see them on the ice because they're too afraid," Nolan said about the Czechs. "You're not allowed to fight here and they get their sticks flying everywhere.
"I've played seven games here and got six sticks in the face already. I've never seen anything like it. I'm bruised from head to toe."
Nolan praised teammates for maintaining their discipline for most of the tournament.
"The amount of abuse we've taken, with all the cheap shots, I think our team did a great job until last night. Frustration set in. You can only take so much."
Canadian players became upset early in the final period when Libor Prochazka high-sticked Jeff Friesen of the Hartford Whalers with a dangerous pitchforking action.
Even though he's been vilified here, Nolan said he would gladly play again in the world tournament.
"I don't look forward to all the spears," he said. "But when you get a chance to play for your country, you always accept it."