Save Jordin Tootoo.
This is a petition to inform the National Hockey League that suspending Nashville Predators player Jordin Tootoo would be unjust. The reason the National Hockey League is considering suspending Tootoo is for a punch he threw and landed on Dallas Stars player Stephane Robidas. The punch was thrown in self defense as Robidas was charging Tootoo as retaliation on the clean body check Tootoo landed on Mike Modano. If Tootoo would not have knocked out Robidas Tootoo himself would have been laid out. The video is on youtube and the sports channels. Take a look at the replay and decide for yourself.
If you agree that the National Hockey League should leave the issue be with the penalties that Tootoo received the night of the punch please sign this petition.
To The National Hockey League,
We the undersigned hereby request that all further review of the Jordin Tootoo Stephane Robidas incident be stopped. We feel that justice has been served to Jordin Tootoo during the night of the incident with the penalty time served. Jordin Tootoo's action was in clear self defense. We feel that if you proceed as the media is suggesting and suspend Jordin Tootoo for any games what so ever it will be a unfair act. No one is touching on the issue that Mike Modano hit Jordin Tootoo with the intent to cause harm. We feel that the media is blowing the entire incident out of proportion. Please take our petition under consideration.
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