Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 04/25/06 at 09:34 AM ET
A player like Denis Gauthier of the Philadelphia Flyers has a reputation in the National Hockey League. When a player like that hits someone hard, many like to jump to conclusions. He can say sorry all he wants but, obviously, Gauthier didn't learn his lesson, because on Monday night he did it again against Tomas Vanek of the Buffalo Sabres. It was a dangerous play that resulted in a five minute major. I think Colin Campbell and the NHL should suspend Gauthier. This guy should forfeit the right to play in the postseason. This was a nothing game because the score was so out of hand, and Gauthier went way over the line. That's embarrassing and he should be suspended.more I turned the channel long before the hit so I did not see it, but I recall Gauthier vowing a week or so ago that he would stop taking stupid penalties. from Philly News, T
he more they acted like idiots, the more we wanted to play," was what Ruff had said, the reporter told Hitchcock in the crowded interview room. Hitchcock listened, and calmly responded: "Well that's Lindy's opinion. He ought to not talk about that." Hitchcock then took one more question, talked more about being embarrassed, then abruptly said thank you and walked away from the podium. It was then that an emotional night took yet another strange and unexpected moment. As he was walking through the throng of reporters, Hitchcock loudly said: "Tell Lindy to [bleep] off. Tell him to mind his own [bleeping] business."more
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