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(TSN)   Retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser defends a non-call that affected the outcome of last night's Pens/Bruins game   (tsn.ca) divider line 9
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2013-06-06 04:30:53 PM
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meanmutton: Retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser defends a non-call that affected effected the outcome of last night's Pens/Bruins game

FTFY,  subby


Affect - verb.
Effect - noun

Subby was correct.

/subby
2013-06-06 03:38:24 PM
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Retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser defends a non-call that affected effected the outcome of last night's Pens/Bruins game

FTFY,  subby
2013-06-06 03:30:57 PM
2 votes:
Call them the same way every period, regular season and overtime.  It's just stupid to make "special rules" for different games and different periods.
2013-06-06 03:30:37 PM
2 votes:
Wow, yup that was the only non-call and clearly the refs just wanted to hand the game to the Bruins. Jeez Philly pull yourselves together...your starting to sound like Seahawks fans.
2013-06-06 07:36:30 PM
1 votes:

Dr.Knockboots: Owen who?

O and 3 !

go B's!


Will all of you assholes who keep saying that, quit saying it?

Please?
2013-06-06 07:05:38 PM
1 votes:

PowerSlacker: I wouldn't out myself as subby on this if I were you, unless you're willing to admit you didn't read the whole farking article.  Fraser was clear that the penalty should have been called.


Missed the ironic tag, did ya?  1994.  Game 6, Toronto / LA.  Gretzky.  Gilmour.
2013-06-06 04:31:58 PM
1 votes:

meanmutton: Retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser defends a non-call that affected effected the outcome of last night's Pens/Bruins game

FTFY,  subby


No, you didn't.

"Effect" is a noun. "Affect" is a verb. To affect something to to cause some effect. However, "effect" can sometimes be a verb, but should not be used where "affect" is more proper.
2013-06-06 04:25:15 PM
1 votes:
Clearly it is bad officiating that has caused the Pens to choke and score only 2 goals in almost 14 periods of hockey. Yup. The officials are out to get you Pittsburgh because the last thing the league wants is Crosby in the finals. Bad at scoring so far, but still professional whiners
2013-06-06 04:02:57 PM
1 votes:
Doesn't seem to matter, they could have played 10 overtime periods, the Penguins weren't scoring again.
 
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