Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 03/25/07 at 10:16 AM ET
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
It has taken almost two years for the players to figure it out and to regain their edge after sitting out one year then returning to a league where the game’s “flashpoints” had all but been eliminated, as Gary Bettman boasted last year in the middle of a hard-salary-cap-campaign victory tour.
But now that the players and teams have figured it out; now that the games are better than they’ve been in years; now that the passion is back; and now that hockey is hockey again, we are confronted with hand-wringers across the continent doing what they do best: wringing their hands.
They’re well-meaning, of course. How do we know? Because at some point or another they urge us to, “Think of the children!”
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