Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 12/11/07 at 09:05 AM ET
from the LA Times,
Carlyle is often the first to acknowledge the errors of the Ducks’ ways. It’s when there are plays such as the Blue Jackets’ Rick Nash leveling forward Rob Niedermayer in the first period that leaves the coach scratching his head.
“You put your stick up and touch a player’s hand, that’s a penalty,” Carlyle said. “If you put a stick between a player’s legs and impede his progress, that’s a penalty. And we were guilty of a couple of those things.
“When you’ve got players leaving their feet to make body checks and not get called, there’s a question. But that’s the way it goes.”
more (reg. req.) about the game last night with Columbus…
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