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Crabb Sent Down, Jack Edwards Is A Disgrace

I failed to mention in yesterday's post that the Thrashers made one other roster move recently. As stated previously, Dan Turple has been recalled to back up Johan Hedberg.

He may want to wave to Joey Crabb on the way to Atlanta as the two will probably pass each other in their travels.

The Thrashers have reassigned Crabb to Chicago of the AHL after his second stint with the parent club this season. In 29 games with the Thrashers this season, Crabb has nine points (4G 5A).


It's not looking good for the Wolves' playoff hopes either right now, as they currently sit in 5th in the division.  Early tee times for everybody!

Now onto the main event of this post:

Before I even get into this, I'm sure Jim Mulligan and Joshua Bartle will have comments about this up shortly. However, what I saw last night repulsed me to a point I have never been before and I feel compelled to comment myself.

Jack Edwards is the Boston Bruins announcer on NESN. Let me preface this by saying, I have never been a fan of Edwards. I typically watch games on mute when he's calling the games, just so I don't have to hear him whine and complain that an opposing player breathed on a Bruin and have him question why there was no call.

What he did last night in Philadelphia was inexcusable. If you have not seen this fiasco I implore you to watch this YouTube video immediately.

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If you do not recall the history of why Edwards is calling this incident “irony,” here's the back-story. 

Randy Jones ended Patrice Bergeron's season in 2007 with a similar hit. Honestly, I think Bergeron put himself in a bad spot to begin with. Was Jones in the wrong? Absolutely. He even knew it. Everyone knew it was a penalty that probably carried a suspension with it.

Jones then went on to apologize to Bergeron, due to feeling awful about what happened. As a player, you never feel good about injuring someone. Everyone out there on that ice is a competitor, but you don't go out there looking to potentially end someone's career.

Flash forward to last night. Milan Lucic drives Jones into the endboards in an eerily similar hit to the one Jones dropped on Bergeron. Luckily for Jones, he was able to protect himself and ended up preventing serious injury.

Should it have been a penalty? Yes. Will the league probably review the hit and hand down some sort of suspension or fine? I would hope so, but I'm more concerned about Edwards' actions.

Edwards needs to realize that when he's on the air, he's not in his living room watching the game with the guys. The “irony” comment is something I could see myself making, but the super-villain laugh? Not a chance.

As a journalist by trade, I know I would be out the door in a heartbeat if I ever acted in that manner. It's called ethics. Perhaps Edwards should sit in a corner in time-out and think about what he did. If you're going to act childish on television, you deserve to be treated like a child.

It's inappropriate, sickening and makes you look nothing more than a common fool. The actions Edwards took last night were reprehensible and should not be tolerated.

When Edwards is telling his grandchildren stories about his career, I would be willing to bet that he looks at this as a low point in his career and elects to leave this story untold.

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  1. Dan Rakusan Mar 30 200910:17 am

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    Yeah, the cackle was totally out of line, as was his obvious desire to make light of the hit. He almost sounds hopeful that Jones is seriously injured. As much as I like big hits, I try to avoid making light of dangerous ones like this… Edwards should be suspended until he issues a formal apology to Jones, and also the viewing public.

  2. Casey Shea Mar 30 200911:13 am

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    I couldn't agree more. I've heard some questionable things said by announcers before, but this was just plain wrong. Normal people never want serious harm to come to opponents of their team. Everyone jokes about this, sure. The difference is that in this case, it wasn't a joke.

    1. Dan Rakusan Mar 30 200911:29 am

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      I couldn't agree more. I've heard some questionable things said by announcers before, but this was just plain wrong. Normal people never want serious harm to come to opponents of their team. Everyone jokes about this, sure. The difference is that in this case, it wasn't a joke.

      Agreed. I don't mind seeing harm befall people (hell, I cheered at Tom Brady's injury), but I do believe there's a time and place for it (like in a pub, with your buddies).That said, I hope you don't mind I posted the Youtube clip for you, to show people what you're talking about!

      1. Casey Shea Mar 30 200911:40 am

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        Not at all, I was having issues getting the video to embed. the raw HTML didn't work for me and the embed button didn't either. Maybe I'm missing something.What approach did you use for future reference?

        1. Dan Rakusan Mar 30 200912:31 pm

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          Not at all, I was having issues getting the video to embed. the raw HTML didn't work for me and the embed button didn't either. Maybe I'm missing something.What approach did you use for future reference?

          Tag it as follows:{youtube}video id here{/youtube}The video ID are the letters that normally appear after the v= in the URL of the Youtube post…

  3. Casey Shea Mar 30 200912:52 pm

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    Not at all, I was having issues getting the video to embed. the raw HTML didn't work for me and the embed button didn't either. Maybe I'm missing something.What approach did you use for future reference?

    Tag it as follows:{youtube}video id here{/youtube}The video ID are the letters that normally appear after the v= in the URL of the Youtube post…Sounds good. Thanks much!

  4. Jim Mulligan Mar 31 20098:05 am

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    “How's that for irony? The crowd wants a penalty for a hit from behind.” (really weird, almost fake laughter)Dan & Casey – How does this sound like (as Dan put it and Casey agreed) sounding hopeful that Jones is seriously injured?I'm not a big fan of Jack's over the top “homerism”. Usually Andy Brickley will put Edwards in his place when he flies too far off the handle but since he didn't say anything, I'm going to assume Brick saw it like Jack, making fun of the fans and their “booing” on the non call.I can't speak for Jack but I will make it a point to see him Thursday night. To me, he is taunting the Philly fans for crying about a hit with no penalty call? It was from behind and my opinion is he didn't get a penalty because he didn't directly put him to the boards like Jones did to Bergeron 17 months ago. He hit him and Jones fell towards the boards. I'm trying to be objective and I saw it live and have watched it several times since Casey's post last night. “Edwards should be suspended until he issues a formal apology to Jones, and also the viewing public”Joking, right? What should he be suspended for? Calling out Flyer fans as crybabies :cry: because they didn't get a call? I know I'm a lot closer to the B's organization (it survived without me from 1924/25 until 2007/2008) than you guys are but I just don't see it. I've taken off my Bruins pajamas and and I'm trying to look at it from and outside point of view. Let's all take a step back and think about what we've said. If I'm wrong, fine but that just means the PC police are alot bigger than they should be :-x

  5. Dan Rakusan Mar 31 20098:18 am

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    Well, the hit WAS from behind, and Edwards laughs about it. Whether he's laughing at the fans, or otherwise, he's clearly making fun of a dangerous situation. In my opinion, I'd say he's being very unprofessional. His “cry me a river” comment shows his disregard for the fans' understanding of the game's rules. I don't know too many fan bases that wish injury on the opposition from a cheap hit… How is it ironic? It wasn't the fans who laid out Bergeron…

  6. Fish12 Mar 31 200912:46 pm

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    Well, the hit WAS from behind, and Edwards laughs about it. Whether he's laughing at the fans, or otherwise, he's clearly making fun of a dangerous situation. In my opinion, I'd say he's being very unprofessional. His “cry me a river” comment shows his disregard for the fans' understanding of the game's rules. I don't know too many fan bases that wish injury on the opposition from a cheap hit… How is it ironic? It wasn't the fans who laid out Bergeron…

    I don't agree with you often Dan but this one you are straight on the mark. It wasn't the fans who he laid out. Edwards is a friggin idiot and ruins the profession of play by play. He lowers it to a new level. This guy would be suspended if he was player saying this type of stuff about the incident the way he did. Come on Jim, quit trying to defend the biggest idiot in all of play by play hockey!

  7. bebe Mar 31 200912:53 pm

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    This man shouldn't be aloud behind a microphone again. What a pinhead!!This is the same Edwards that not only has his rose coloured glasses on but his Bruins pyjamas and on his knees preaching that the Bruins never do anything wrong. Their is being subjective and then their is being a fool trying to be subjective!

  8. Casey Shea Mar 31 20092:08 pm

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    Jim,Disciplinary action needs to be taken against Edwards. No question. His actions offend me in a journalistic sense because I too am in the industry.There is a level of “homer-ism” that is tolerable with any broadcaster or writer who covers one team as closely as Edwards does. That's fine.In this case however, Edwards saw the line in the sand and took a big leap over it. His ability to sit there and laugh at both the fans (who thought it should have been a penalty….and it should have been one) and Jones (I guess for the “irony” in it) is completely unwarranted and unacceptable as a professional.He's insulting an audience and the profession with his actions in that video.

  9. Jim Mulligan Mar 31 20092:51 pm

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    Casey,Couldn't disagree with you more. I don't think there's a rule on hitting from behind. I am looking into that now. He didn't charge him, he didn't board him, he didn't rough him. So I don't agree there needed to be a penalty.If you listen to Jack on a regular basis, his stchick is to find the line and cross it. To be offended by that call on a marginal hit – I don't know how to respond to that other than what I tell my daughter. Hold yourself to a better standard and not worry about what other guy does. No way is disciplinary action necessary.

  10. Casey Shea Mar 31 20093:02 pm

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    Hitting from behind is very much a penalty. I myself was called a couple times during my playing days.The rule is even the reason many youth leagues around the country have little stop signs above the number on the back of the jersey to remind kids not to hit from behind.Was it as violent as the hit on Bergeron? No, but Bergeron also turtled when he saw Jones coming so he has to take some of the blame on that as well.One of the first things they teach you about checking is to not turtle the way Bergeron did so as to avoid injury. By no means am I saying Jones is in the clear on that hit. He should have held up, but Bergeron's actions didn't help the situation any.Any hit from behind is not marginal and Edwards should hold himself to a higher standard than he does.

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