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Bo Byram hurt again, likely from dirty hit

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Bo Byram will miss today’s game for the Avalanche against Vegas because of an upper-body injury, and the worry is that it’s concussion-related. That’s the worry anyway.

Byram was likely hurt on this hit from Vegas’ Keegan Kolesar in Thursday’s game, in which Kolesar leapt off his feet. I wholeheartedly agree with Altitude’s Mark Rycroft, wondering why this didn’t result in either a fine or a suspension?

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It wasn’t even a penalty on Kolesar. Jared Bednar was highly critical of the hit Thursday. This won’t do anything to dispel the conspiracy theorists that Vegas gets preferential treatment from the NHL in matters like these.

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Brian Levesque

Not surprised Vegas gets away with this b.s a lot. The hit on Toews by Pacioretty was a dirty one as well. Best thing Colorado can do is beat them again today

captainjoe19

The officiating in the NHL this season is unacceptable. They must fix this before the playoffs, it’s absolutely subpar.

Aaron Hinton

AD, I’m very glad you brought this matter up. McNabb (who I firmly believe is losing some mental capacity) called this dirty cheap shot a “good, hard, hockey hit” and I saw that Byram got rocked and that POS Koleshar left his feet. Pisses me right off.

hockeyhead

The NHL is losing its credibility!!! The NHL says it is unacceptable to hit players in the head, leave their feet to make a hit, this happens to Byram and then nothing happens except a potential NHL star defenseman is out with a concussion. Total bullshit. NHL player safety, what a joke. Mack gets kneed and gets the penalty because he loses control of his stick after being kneed and Mack gets the penalty. And after today’s loss to Vegas, can anyone really say what interference is. Officiating is hard, I get it, but it really seems to be doing… Read more »

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