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NHL justice?

After game 6 of the Bruins-Bolt series, Nathan Horton of the Bruins threw a water bottle to a fan. Reportedly no injuries to the fan. Today we learn that there's no suspension, no fine, NADA for Mr. Horton. I recall that even squirting water over the glass to a fan , cost Torts a suspension (well deserved I may add) for his unnecessary and unprofessional gesture.

Once again we see the inconsistencies surface on Mr. Campbell's justice system. Or perhaps it affected his beloved son team, he delegated this clear infraction to somebody else.. I can imagine that if would have been , say Downie, to pick somebody, he would have been suspended and /or fined. I cannot even phantom to think what Cooke would've received for that,. So fellow fans what do you think of the latest ruling by the "chief justice" of the NHL.As a bonus for a hilarious review of this  follow the link below.

NHL Wheel of Justice

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