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Q. Randy, your view on the Alfredsson goal?
COACH RANDY CARLYLE: Well, obviously the league felt it wasn’t kicked in, simple as that. Sometimes those things go for you. Tonight it went against us. Obviously, we felt that there was a kicking motion from our point of view but I haven’t really reviewed the replay from a bunch of different angles. But that’s the way it is. They make the call and you have to live with it.
Q. Can you talk about what you felt the Senators did that maybe caused you guys some more trouble -
COACH RANDY CARLYLE: They outworked us, simple as that.
from Mark Herrmann of Newsday,
Now is his time to cash in on what he does best: talk.
Versus, NBC and anyone else who televises the National Hockey League ought to sign him quicker than Dany Heatley can score a goal (Heatley being one of the stars Milbury passed on as GM).
Let Milbury become the ranter instead of the rantee. He can become the Charles Barkley or Johnny Miller of hockey.
Dare we say it? He can become America’s Don Cherry.
Cherry is the godfather of one of Milbury’s sons. He once said nobody ever built an NHL career more on hard work than Milbury did, which is one of the tamest things Cherry ever has said. The former Bruins coach and his former player share a gift of gab.
from Ken Campbell at the Hockey News,
But O’Halloran was overruled by NHL director of hockey operations Colin Campbell, who looked at the replays and ruled there was no distinct kicking motion.
“And that’s the whole key here,” said NHL vice-president Mike Murphy. “The key is Alfredsson directed the puck in, but there was no distinct kicking motion. The puck hits his skate and it goes toward the net, then there is movement of the foot.”
more on the game…
Game 4 on Monday is going to be great. Ducks want a victory to clinch at home and Sens want to even it up, 2-2.
Watch the post game interviews…
One question, anyone miss the railcam?
Elbow to the chin…
Ducks caught a man short on a face-off in their own end, and they pay for it with an Ottawa goal.
Evan Grossman of NHL.com and one of the many contributors to NHL Connect Stanley Cup 2007, may have a future as a video producer…
So… is Sheldon Souray, a UFA this summer, sending the general managers around the league a message, via his t-shirt?
Souray is on the right and pictured with (L-R) Actor Jerry O’Connell, producer Jerry Bruckheimer, actor Cuba Gooding Jr. and Gloria Morales. They were together at the Stanley Cup VIP reception after Game Two of the 2007 NHL Stanley Cup Finals.
note: for the benefit of the Habs fans coming from Habs Inside/Out, I have moved this to the top of the page. original post was 6/1/07 at 8:48pm.
*Click on photo to enlarge
Photo Credit: Getty Images
E.J. Hradek of ESPN did a pretty in-depth video interview with Sidney Crosby after he received the Art Ross Troply.
From Eric Duhatschek at the Globe & Mail,
Lecavalier also addressed a question about the Lightning’s future plans and the speculation that one of the big three – him, Martin St. Louis or Brad Richards – might be traded for salary-cap reasons.
“This week, they announced they’re going to keep the budget the same, or maybe even bring it up,” said Lecavalier. “You never know in hockey what can happen, but from what I hear and from what meetings I’ve had at the end of the year, we’ll keep the same guys.”
more… *on Lecavalier winning the Maurice Richard Trophy
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