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Bad Goal Leads To Nashville Win

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from Tim Sassone of Between The Circles,

Antti Niemi let in a bad goal, a crusher as it turned out, early in the third period with the Hawks leading 1-0. J.P. Dumont’s soft toss at the net from past the right faceoff circle bounced past Niemi, changing the momentum of the game.

Wasn’t this every Hawks fans’s nightmare, a bad goal costing a game? Only the goalie wasn’t Cristobal Huet.

The Hawks might have won 1-0 if not for Niemi’s bad goal.

more and watch the talked about goal…

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  Tags: antti+niemi

Babcock Talk

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I normally don’t post the Mike Babcock post game press conference, but since it was a late game and you may have gone to bed right after the final horn, you can watch the full conference below.

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  Tags: mike+babcock

Rob Blake Should Be Suspended

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from Adrian Dater of All Things Avs,

Blake’s cross-check/punch to the face of TJ Galiardi in overtime of tonight’s 6-5 Sharks win was a dirty cheap shot, and worthy of a suspension. Blake absolutely should be suspended by the NHL for that hit. Will that happen?
Probably not. Because, Galiardi emerged apparently uninjured on the hit – although because it was one to the head, the effects of injury may not show up right away. As far as I could tell, Galiardi was OK after the game, so the NHL front office might just let it slide because the victim of a dirty hit didn’t need a stretcher to leave the ice.

That doesn’t excuse any of it. I know the Avs were hot after the game over the UNPENALIZED hit by Blake.

read on and you can decide if Blake should be suspended by watching the hit…

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  Tags: rob+blake

Action Last Night

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It is Saturday and you may not want to watch the full version of the NHL Network for all the highlights of the playoffs games from last night.

Instead, watch the short version….

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Anyone Can Win The Cup

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from Michael Arace of the Columbus Dispatch,

The usual rash of hard-hitting, nail-biting, overtime games has been imbued with a new dynamic: The tournament lacks a beast. The Cup is utterly up for grabs.

“It’s wide open,” said Daryl “Razor” Reaugh, analyst on Dallas Stars telecasts. Reaugh is working the Detroit-Phoenix series - and he’ll be joining the Los Angeles-Vancouver series - for Versus.

“It’s (NHL commissioner) Gary Bettman’s dream,” Reaugh said. “(He) wants everyone to get a chance, and here we are. You think the biggest mismatches are probably in the East, but then Montreal goes in and nips the Caps.

“Every team is refreshed, and there are so many variables - injuries, confidence, new heroes emerging. What can I say? I don’t see Pittsburgh repeating, and I don’t see Ottawa winning the Cup. Other than that “


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KK- Moving Slow

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The last three nights, going to bed around 2:00am ET, waking around 6:30am.

Not good, so I slept in an extra hour or so today, went out for a quick breakfast at the local ‘Coney’ and of course, was asked about hockey and more hockey.

Hockey, hockey, hockey on everyones mind these days!

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Late Evening Line

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This is what we waited a year for?

-Steve Rosenbloom of RosenBlog at the Chicago Tribune.  Read more about Chicago’s loss to Nashville tonight.

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Franzen Can Thank Modern Medicine

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from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,

It used to be that, even with the surgical progress they made, a player needed time - sometimes a year’s worth - in order to get his legs under him again. Franzen, doing skating drills by himself long after most of the Red Wings’ regulars had left the ice the other day, was digging in this way and that way and showing no signs of any lingering after-effects.

This, of course, represents astoundingly good news for the Red Wings, his NHL employers. In each of the past two seasons, as Detroit advanced twice to the Stanley Cup final, Franzen has been their most consistent sniper, with 25 goals in 39 playoff games.

That he is back here, playing, with the Red Wings down a game to the Phoenix Coyotes in their Western Conference quarter-final playoff series is one of the reasons Detroit is favoured to win by so many.

It really is a comeback for the ages. “It used to be a season-long injury, then it became a six-month injury and now it’s a three-to-four month injury,” said Holland.


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  Tags: johan+franzen

Crosby With The Save

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from Craig Custance of The Sporting News,

Crosby had a decision to make. Should he risk a collision with Fleury and try to make the save? And if so, does he slap it away with his forehand or poke it with his backhand?...

“It’s a split second, but 8,000 things go through your mind,” Crosby said. “It was one of those delicate things you’re watching, not sure what to do.”

Crosby might not have been sure, but Fleury was. When Fleury saw the puck trickling past him, he was hopeless.

“I knew I couldn’t get there,” Fleury said.

So Crosby did.

more and watch the ‘save’ below…

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  Tags: sidney+crosby

Big Hit By Andy Sutton On Jordan Leopold Tonight

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added 8:56pm, Video below from Versus feed, with slo-mo.

make sure to check out the HockeyWebCaster’s channel at YouTube, who supplies KK with many of the hockey videos.

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  Tags: andy+sutton, jordan+leopold

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