Originally Posted by tim13
You honestly believe it was McQuaid's supreme shin checking accuracy and not the fact that he's 4 inches taller that caused it to be more of his shin than his knee that caught Foligno's knee?
I believe that McQuaid sticking his toe out implied trip, if he pulled it back he would have been leading with his knee. Just saying it looked more like he was going for a trip than a career ending knee on knee. Ive got my opinion and youve got yours. But just so you know, I'm always right.