Seabrook does the right thing protecting Hossa.
Not a fan of the 'grab your opponent by the leg/pants' to try and flip him over...also does not look good if don't succeed with your attempt..
Good enough for the draw.
This is an example of an instigator rule that shouldn't be. They don't make the call on Winchester for running Hossa (I'm not sure if it was a penalty either), but they call Seabrook for jumping in. Winchester knew it was coming and was more than willing.
the hit was a bit late but for some reason hossa decided to turn and let himself get spiraled into the wall... why do people keep doing that? if hossa had just braced himself or let himself get hit straight, he'd have never gone into the wall dangerously. it seems like a lot of these 'boarding' hits that get people all riled up are caused by half-assed dodges where the recipient of the hit is just as much at fault for possibly injury as the deliverer of the hit
anyways, seabrook jumped the guy then lost a nonfight