Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 06/11/06 at 11:44 AM ET
Captain Rod Brind'Amour -- a top candidate for the Conn Smythe Trophy -- didn't distinguish himself in the agony of defeat. As untold media members waited patiently for a few words from the team captain, Carolina manager of media relations Kyle Hanlin told the hoard that Brind'Amour wouldn't be coming out. Huh? This isn't game No. 7 of the regular season. This is the Stanley Cup finals. The event is covered by hundreds of media throughout North America and around the world. Eventually, after much prompting, Brind'Amour stopped on his way to the shower to address the handful of media members who had later deadlines and could wait it out. When he did speak, he wasn't ready to throw any bouquets at the Oilers. "No, I don't think so," Brind'Amour said, when asked if he felt the Oilers had played better in Game 3 than they played in the first two games.more...come on, some one make a "guarnSheed"...
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