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Another own goal, this time Jakub Kindl of the Detroit Red Wings with a backhand.
The goal was credited to Dave Bolland of the Blackhawks.
from Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune,
After creating a bit of a firestorm when comments the Blackhawks center made about the Canucks’ Sedin brothers during a radio broadcast in Chicago on Monday night turned viral and drew a reaction from Vancouver, Bolland backtracked following the Hawks’ 4-3 shootout victory in St. Paul, Minn.
Bolland drew the ire of Vancouver coach Alain Vigneault during a broadcast of “Blackhawks Live at Harry Caray’s” on WGN-AM 720 when Bolland referred to the Sedin twins, Henrik and Daniel, as “sisters.”
Bolland was asked if the Sedins would still be sisters if they joined the Hawks.
“Well, they’ll never become Hawks,” Bolland said. “I don’t think we’d let them on our team. We’d be sure not to let them on our team. And, yeah, they probably still would be sisters. I think they might sleep in bunk beds. The older one has the bottom one, the younger one got the top.”
On Wednesday in Vancouver after the audio went viral, Vigneault responded.
Pavel Kubina has a phone hearing with the NHL for this elbow on Dave Bolland last night.
No penalty on the play and sorry, this is the only video I could find.
added 1:44pm, via Erik Erlendsson tweet,
Early word on Kubina is a three-game suspension for elbow to Dave Bolland last night, will try for exact confirmation!
TORONTO (March 10, 2011) – Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Pavel Kubina has been suspended for three games and will forfeit $60,096.76 for delivering an elbow to the head of Chicago Blackhawks forward Dave Bolland in NHL game #1005, the National Hockey League announced today.
The incident occurred at 2:09 of the first period. No penalty was assessed on the play.
His fine is based on his average annual salary and is calculated under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The money goes to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund.
added 4:15pm, A better quality video of the hit is below…
Duncan Keith threw out the first pitch at Wrigley field yesterday and then was joined by Dave Bolland for ‘Tale Me Out To The Ballgame”.
from Tim Wharnsby of CBC,
The venerable Blue Goose Tavern is in need of a revamping this summer.
The popular century-old watering hole in Mimico, Ont. has adorning its walls several pictures of the neighbourhood’s favourite son, three-time Stanley Cup-champion Brendan Shanahan. There also are a few photos of another Mimico native, Dave Bolland, from his days with the London Knights and winning world junior gold with Canada in 2006.
But now that the 24-year-old Chicago Blackhawks centreman has become a Stanley Cup champion, he expects Blue Goose owner Terry Chemij to make room for a picture of Bolland with the prized trophy.
“There better be,” Bolland said. “If there isn’t I’ll be pretty pissed.”