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A Very Slippery Slope

Alex The Great opens a can of worms with all the subtlety of a shotgun.



Don’t worry, I’m going to get to it.

So Calgary was in town on Saturday and I watched probably the best regular season NHL game I’ve seen in a few years. Sydney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin, the two best players in the league both recorded hat tricks in the same game not too long ago, and I was still more impressed with the Flames/Canucks on HNIC. This game had the intensity and physicality you would normally only see in the post-season. It was shades of 2004 Western Quarterfinals all over and despite these two teams having played 3 times already this season, it was a whole different feel and resentment that showed up. The Canucks, though outshot, weren’t really out-chanced and played a very solid, up-tempo game. Three regular defenseman were out of action and it was obvious that they missed Sami Salo more than they thought. Brad Lukowich and Evan Oberg were limited in minutes and looked shaky, Oberg especially, and it was essentially a game played with the top 3 of Mitchell, Edler and Ehrhoff, who all played great. Some great fights by Rick Rypien and Brandon Prust contributed to a really solid, fun game to watch. Obviously the 3-2 shootout loss on the Vancouver side left some with a tear, but anybody who watched that game live, on TV or even watched the highlights should be pleased with what they saw. That was the type of game that attracts people to the NHL and makes new fans.

Unfortunately, two nights later after showing how great hockey can be, some fans are going to leave after seeing the ugly side of sport rear its head in probably the worst way it can. I try to give comments in sort of two game segments so it doesn’t reflect a high for one game and a low for the next, I feel the context of how a team is playing is usually more accurate in segments. So I had hoped to comment on the Flames and Nashville games together with an eye on some key players and I had some topics especially for the Flames that will just have to wait until next time. The Burrows vs. Auger showdown is going to be ugly and I imagine it will have repercussions extending maybe for years and you don’t ever want to have to write about officiating but how can we not here. Every blogging website I have checked is showing at least 2 blogs in relation to the topic. Media sites are focusing their attention there (TSN has 3 blogs related) and the radio waves are abuzz with the same. It’s a situation that seems to have to get worse before it gets better and there might be no turning back.

If you missed what happened, you live in a box so I won’t repeat the incident for you. If you know what’s going on you have your own opinion on who’s right and who’s wrong and what the next step is. I don’t know what the correct answer is but I can tell you it’s bringing a dark cloud like no other.

To me the officiating is something to remain invisible and so I’m irritated that it’s being exposed right now. When Mick McGeough officiated his 1000 game (in Calgary), there was a pre-game ceremony for him and the fans booed him while he stood next to his family. I was upset with the fans for booing him but it bothered me that there was a ceremony in the first place. Don’t think for a moment that I’m not impressed by his 1023 games in the NHL, because it is quite the feat, but I always feel they should be behind the scenes and not overshadowing the game in anyway and in that situation I felt it could have been done in a different manner, whether it be a TV spotlight, NHL network could show his first game, whatever method worked.

More to the point, prior to Tim Donaghy, how many people knew the name of even one NBA official? If you watch basketball all the time you might, but even when they make bad calls, it’s two seconds of being upset followed by ‘fuhgeddaboudit.’ The NBA had to sweep that guy under the rug in every way possible and he is a black eye on that league to this day and will be for a long time. Stephane Auger isn’t Tim Donaghy, the situation is very different but Auger had this coming to him and it’s going to be tough for the NHL to let it go. Auger supposedly caught Phoenix Captain Shane Doan making a racial slur a few years back too and that was messy for the league on a political level with even the Quebec government denouncing Doan. We probably won’t be able to determine with any accuracy if Burrows is telling the truth unless he happened to be wired, and if he was waiting until 3 seconds left in that game before mouthing off the ref, I’m guessing he wasn’t. So now we await the leagues response which for good reason will take at least a day or two. The Canucks and their fans have every right to be upset, but same goes for the league and the officials who all get singled out for this. It’s a slippery slope when you accuse an official, because they remember everything and you can attempt to be as impartial as you want but its human nature to become defensive if you’re accused of something.

As I said, I try to avoid writing about officiating and if you’ll notice I’m not denouncing Auger or saying the calls were bad. Just keep in mind that officials have the responsibility to be impartial and have to do their very best to live up to that. In this case it seems as though Stephane Auger forgot that golden rule and might have to pay a price. Conversely, the Canucks aren’t going to be benefitting from any favorable calls from any official in the near future and maybe for a while. It’s time to see how much the Vancouver fans actually love Alex Burrows.

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  1. Kevin Lee Jan 13 20105:42 am

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    Your title of the blog says it all! But honestly, now players and the league will watch the Nucks even more closely, but that might be a good thing. Lets say something like this happens again but the good old boys club of the refs decide to try and get back at the Nucks, well then it will be for all to see. Then the league will have no choice but to do something.Big surprise they didnt do anything this time around. This kind of crap has been going on for years, many players I talk to say this but none of them ever want to go public about it. Well, I gotta say it was nice to see someone take on the refs on this one!!!!!

  2. Jim Mulligan Jan 13 20104:51 pm

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    Kevin – I saw it just the opposite. I thought Auger is the one who should be on notice. Burrows reminds me of the kind of player Marc Savard is so I see that type player regularly.Unfortunately, I read about the Burrows/Auger situation and didn't see it live. I did see the two calls on youtube. The first one, Burrows looked like he was gassed at the end of a shift and just fell. I didn't think he dove at all. Please don't get me started on the interference call. That was just brutal.I can't believe Auger said something before the game. He really couldn't be that dumb could he? If he wanted to get even, wouldn't be best to keep his mouth shut and just make the calls on Burrows?Either way, the NHL can not bury this under the rug. There has to be more of an investigation on Auger than what has been stated because the next time he calls more than one penalty on a player, if they speak up, his integrity will be questioned

    1. Kevin Lee Jan 14 20105:37 am

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      Kevin – I saw it just the opposite. I thought Auger is the one who should be on notice. Burrows reminds me of the kind of player Marc Savard is so I see that type player regularly.Unfortunately, I read about the Burrows/Auger situation and didn't see it live. I did see the two calls on youtube. The first one, Burrows looked like he was gassed at the end of a shift and just fell. I didn't think he dove at all. Please don't get me started on the interference call. That was just brutal.I can't believe Auger said something before the game. He really couldn't be that dumb could he? If he wanted to get even, wouldn't be best to keep his mouth shut and just make the calls on Burrows?Either way, the NHL can not bury this under the rug. There has to be more of an investigation on Auger than what has been stated because the next time he calls more than one penalty on a player, if they speak up, his integrity will be questioned

      Oh I beyond agree with you. I was saying that now this has occurred the league will be forced to do something substantial if it happens again. People are going to watch more then ever to see if the Nucks get screwed with officiating.

  3. Luke Mirza Jan 14 201010:35 am

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    Many of the comments I have read have people saying it's no big deal because it happens all the time. I think if we treated problems like that in real life it would be a war zone outside. It's the classic two wrongs don't make a right scenario. You can't just brush things off because it's commonplace. The NHL dropped the ball on this as far as I'm concerned. Stephane Auger didn't ref any playoff games last year and I imagine that will be the case again this year. The NHL didn't even recognize that this was a problem in their statement. Just saying that Burrows can't speak his mind and the ref's can do what they want isn't the way to handle this. The league could have at least stated that they won't tolerate this from officials and will be communicating to them the proper way to handle situations like this. In this case they just said Auger is 'beyond reproach,' which is I think NHL version of beer goggles.

    1. Dan Rakusan Jan 14 201010:49 am

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      The NHL dropped the ball on this as far as I'm concerned. Stephane Auger didn't ref any playoff games last year and I imagine that will be the case again this year. The NHL didn't even recognize that this was a problem in their statement. Just saying that Burrows can't speak his mind and the ref's can do what they want isn't the way to handle this. The league could have at least stated that they won't tolerate this from officials and will be communicating to them the proper way to handle situations like this. In this case they just said Auger is 'beyond reproach,' which is I think NHL version of beer goggles.

      The issue is transparency. Fans want to know that they're getting an untainted product, and while I agree that Burrows is a douche in his own right, I think we need to know what actually happened. The only tangible evidence we have is that Auger talked to Burrows before the game. We don't know what was actually said, or who is right.I think the nominal fine to Burrows is the NHL trying to sweep the situation under the rug, which is bad for credibility, especially since apparently nothing will happen to Auger.Both were clearly in the wrong on one level or another, but we as outsiders have no idea what really went down.I believe Auger will not be officiating playoff games as a consequence, but I have no way to know for sure, as the NHL is not being upfront about it. We'll see I guess… As always, time will make this all very transparent, because someone will leak it. Just a waiting game…

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