Everyone has an opinion of Aaron Rome's hit on Nathan Horton that will sideline Horton the rest of the series because of an injury and Rome the rest of the series because of a four-game suspension. NESN's Andy Brickley is no different.
Brickley answered Chris' question regarding the Rome suspension as part of NESN.com's "Ask Brick" segment.
He said that the NHL hit the nail on the head by suspending Rome for four games. The NHL has been trying to eliminate hits like Rome's from the sport, and Brickley feels as though they used the unfortunate event as an opportunity to show how serious they are about it.
To hear what else Brickley had to say, check out the video above.