Parros helps out his old team with suspension to choirboy Scheifele that is three games too many
Photo by David Bloom /Postmedia Article content In case anyone has forgotten, George Parros ended his nine season playing career in 2013 14 with the Montreal Canadiens.
In 22 regular season games, he had no goals, one assist, 85 penalty minutes and a minus 6 rating.
He watched all 17 playoff games the team played that spring from the press box.
Eight post seasons later, however, Parros best replica hermes blanket
has helped the Habs to a division crown.
This is being written hours before the end of Game 2 in a best of seven with the Winnipeg Jets.
It’s quite possible the Jets will rally around the injustice Parros has dealt them in his role as head of the Department of Player Safety and prevail Friday to even the series.
But they will not take the Canadian crown.
They will not advance to the Final Four.
They will not outlast the Habs and get to the semi finals.
Not without Mark Scheifele for four games.
Not a chance.
Article content The four game suspension the Jets best player received for his stupidity at the end of Game 1 was absolutely what Scheifele himself politely put it: “Excessive.”
In other words, he and the Jets were screwed over by Parros.
This is not to debate whether Scheifele deserved a suspension for blowing up Jack Evans with a massive, high hit.