Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 09/26/07 at 11:47 PM ET
from the St. Catharines Standard,
Count Pierre Pilote among those who enjoy post-NHL lockout hockey.
Gone are the days of hooking, high-sticking and holding going largely unpenalized.
Like many former players and present-day fans, the Hockey Hall of Famer enjoys watching the skilled players do their thing.
“I’m so glad,” he said between periods of a recent Niagara IceDogs game. “Since the lockout, it’s given the skilled players a chance to play, and they’re doing it.
“It’s in a better state now. When I played (1955-56 to 1968-69), it was all right. Then expansion came in and all of a sudden, coaches were saying, ‘How are we going to win this?’
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