Tom Wilson hopes Anton Stralman will be called by the Department of Player Security on Wednesday
In the first phase of Game 3, Stralman delivered a blow from behind to Wilson, who sent his head into the boards. Stralman received a small penalty for boarding, but after the game Wilson made it clear that he did not think that was enough.
"He's leaving his feet, I'm in a pretty vulnerable spot and he's driving my head through the glass," Wilson said.
You can see the replay here:
Stralman leaves his feet and lunges into the swing. The hit is also delivered "to the count" by Wilson, ie directly from behind, not from the side.
"I'm not on the ice, but it took me a bit to get myself together." Wilson said, "I'm back out there, but all I've heard all year, he sees numbers for a good time and he lifts through my shoulder and my head. "
"When I looked at it, I thought numbers and put myself in, these are two things that are red flags," said Barry Trotz.
Wilson left the dressing room bench shortly after the strike, but returned [1
Now asks Wilson for some consistency.  "I can tell you, if it's the other way around, you'd better believe that they are looking at it and you better believe it could be a little more attentive," Wilson said.  There is no doubt that Wilson has a reputation throughout the league for a closer look at him and his physical play, but an illegal hit is an illegal hit, regardless of who it's delivered to, the question is whether Stralma ns hits rise to the level where additional discipline is required?
"It's a vulnerable position, and there's no doubt contact with my head," Wilson said. "When I wear a helmet five years ago, I think I'm probably unconscious … I'm not here to complain about anything, I'm just talking about it to make the game better and the safety of the players to improve. "
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