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o the same thing for the Boston Cel
Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.ca. Kerry, In Tuesday nights game between the Avalanche and Canucks, Avalanche defender Nick Holden received a tripping penalty at 7:06 of the second period for a hit on Zack Kassian. From what I saw, Holden committed to a hit and maintained his line while Kassian chipped it in and Holden delivered his hit (hip to hip). Can you explain why this penalty was called? Steve Worrall Breckenridge, CO Steve: I believe that the apparent late reaction and decision by the referee to call a tripping penalty against Nick Holden was based in part, on his perception of the play resulting from the aftermath of the legal hip check due to the apparent injury sustained by Zack Kassian, but more so from the sightline he acquired while crossing from the far side of the ice through the neutral zone. When Zack Kassian dumped the puck into the right corner on the attack (just prior to the finishing check by Holden) referee Francis Charron initiated a switch by retreating from the puck below the goal line to assume a position on the opposite side of the net. This caused referee Paul Devorski to immediately curl across and through traffic in the neutral zone toward the side where the check by Holden was being delivered. As a result of this transition the referee did not have a clear perspective of the setup and legal hip contact by Holden, nor would he have taken in the full effect of Kassians avoidance jump in the air that primarily contributed to his lower body injury. As the referee groped his mind for a visual replay he must have deduced that Holden had made himself bigger by extending his leg to trip his hard-nosed Canucks opponent. We know that not to be the case. In actuality, Holden moved laterally and repositioned his right leg under his body and then rotated his hip toward Kassian to initiate contact. Kassian, on the other hand jumped off the ice in an attempt to avoid the hip-check, but in doing so opened his posture thereby exposing his right leg/knee to dangerous contact. In full flight, Kassian was unable to alter his path and made his right knee the leading point of contact with Holdens thigh and hip area. Once a player launches his skates off the ice in an attempt to avoid a check, bad things will often result. All mobility is lost and a leg or knee is almost always exposed to contact. My friend Jeremy Roenick was the worst culprit for jumping in the air to avoid an impending hit. I often feared for JRs safety when, his airborne leap exposed his knee to legal contact. I witnessed the speedster being helped off the ice on a number of occasions as a direct result of his airborne leaps. But then again, JR thought he could really fly. Prior to the National Anthem in Washington one night, Flyers defenceman Eric Weinrich approached me and said, JRs a real piece of work. He was telling everyone in the room hes the best and fastest skater in the NHL; can you believe the guy? We both had a laugh and I filed the info for future consideration. Opportunity struck when I completed a line change as the neutral zone ref and noticed Roenick and Weinrich seated beside each other on the Flyers bench. In my most serious tone I said, JR, Im really ticked off tonight. JR looked concerned and asked what was wrong? He broke into that huge patented smile when I told him, With you here tonight I can only be the second best skater in the NHL! JR immediately turned to Weinrich and said, See I told you so; its common knowledge. Poor Wino just dropped his head and told me not to get JR started. Its best to keep your knees in tight, skates on the ice and your head out of the clouds! David Alaba Jersey . 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The Final Four teams in this wild ride of an NCAA tournament earned a trip to North Texas this weekend because they can do just that. Florida is the best defensive team in the country, allowing just 88.5 points per 100 possessions, according to the analytics of KenPom.com. The Gators can be downright dominating on the defensive end, swarming ballhandlers and luring shooters into a fall sense of security before rising up to swat shots back in their faces. Defence has been a cornerstone for Bo Ryan since he won four national championships at Division III Wisconsin-Platteville and its been the calling card -- along with that ultra-patient offence -- since he arrived at Madison. The Badgers are fundamental and fierce, allowing about 56 points per game to NCAA opponents -- nearly eight less than before the tournament. For all the flash of Kentuckys fabulous freshmen, these young Cats can get after you on D. Kentuckys latest one-and-done lineup is filled with long, athletic players who can harass on the perimeter and guard the rim -- 10th nationally with 6.1 blocked shots per game -- like few teams in college basketball. And for all the hype heaped on Connecticuts Shabazz Napier, the Huskies are pretty husky when it comes to defence. Ryan Boatright has become a point-guard stopper -- he had four steals and helped limit Michigan States Keith Appling to two points in the East Regional final -- and UConn seems to have an entire roster of rim protectors, ranking 16th nationally with 5.8 blocked shots per game. "We are predators out there," UConn coach Kevin Ollie said. In most years, the high-scoring teams often get the attention, whether it was Florida Gulf Coasts Dunk City a year ago or backk to Houstons Phi Slamma Jamma of the early 1980s.dddddddddddd What usually happens at the finish? The best defensive teams end up with the hardware. Louisville rode its swarming, chaos-inducing defence to a title last season. The year before that, Anthony Davis and Kentuckys shot-swatting young Cats set an NCAA record with 335 blocked shots on their way to the national championship. In 2011: Connecticut 53, Butler 41. Great defensive teams litter the list of national champions throughout history, too. UNLV ran its wrecking crew through the bracket in 1990. North Carolina State and Georgetown let the air out of Phi Slamma Jamma in consecutive title games. Indiana played superb team defence during the last perfect season in 1976. Lew Alcindor and Bill Walton anchored the UCLA teams that ran off 10 titles in 12 years. Go all the way back to the 1950s and the San Francisco teams that won consecutive championships had a young Bill Russell dominating the middle before he went on to do the same thing for the Boston Celtics. "In the NBA, its always seems to come down to the teams that play the best defence and its no different in college basketball," Arizona State associate head coach Eric Musselman said. "At the end of the day, no matter how well you score, youve got to be able stop people." The Final Four teams have proven they can do it so far in the tournament. Wisconsin opened the NCAA tournament by holding American to 35 points and reached the Final Four by preventing Arizona from getting off a potential game-winning shot before the buzzer sounded in overtime. Kentucky held Kansas State to 49 points in its NCAA opener and held Michigan scoreless for nearly 4 1-2 minutes of a three-point Midwest Regional final win that sent the Wildcats to the Final Four for the third time in four seasons. 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