Player says IM hockey playoffs are penalty prone
Kenny Fiorentino, a center for IM hockey's Navy Team, says the refereeing in the playoffs needs to improve. While his team prevailed over Vegas Team at yesterday's game, he says several flagrant fouls went unpenalized, including a hit from behind against one of his teammates.
However, he recognizes that some fouls can be strategic and dealing with fouls and moving on from bad calls are part of the game.
(Video reporting by Andre Freeman, edited by Matthew D'Ippolito)
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