Well considering they were aiming for a score of 90 and it got cut to 83, wasn't that sufficiently harsh on them? With SK's programme what were they realistically hoping for 127 at best. With all the wobbling and shaking going on and the comparative lack of power, two foot skating and the excessive use of crossovers,122 is generous isn't it? Scoring at individual grand prix events is different. When the big guns come together everything is reevaluated at a different level. To score higher for this programme they have to be perfect and that programme was nowhere near that, it was only slightly better than the snoozefest it has been all season, we even predicted that something like this could happen. So I don't get all the bashing of the top three teams they earned their placements and surprisingly I do also think HD were better than both Russian teams on the night.The slowmo replay seemed to show her right knee touching the ice.