Bizarre goal the difference in Thrashers loss

Thursday night the Thrashers got a pair of goals from team captain Ilya Kovalchuk. They got a two point night from Maxim Afinogenov, scoring a power play goal and assisting on one of Kovy’s. Nik Antropov was good for a pair of helpers…his fifth and sixth of the season… and Zach Bogosian chipped in with a fine short-handed goal as well.

Atlanta held the Washington Capitals to only 28 shots on goal…the first time all season they’ve held an opponent to under 30, (although they did so in Montreal prior to going into overtime), and the defense kept Alex Ovechkin off the score sheet all night.

The power play produced 2 goals on seven chances.

The penalty kill unit was perfect on all seven of the Caps man-advantages.

And they lost…5-4.

The difference in this game…a one-minute and twenty-eight second stretch in the second period in which Washington scored not once…not twice…but three times.

Tough night for Opie (Curtis Compton/AJC)

Tough night for Opie (Curtis Compton/AJC)

It all began harmlessly enough as Washington’s netminder Semyon Varlamov moved the puck out from behind his own goal over to Jeff Schultz. Shcultz then proceeded with it into the back end of the faceoff circle to the goalie’s right and flipped the biscuit up-ice out of the defensive zone….through the neutral zone…bouncing it’s way though the Thrashers end of the ice…toward Ondrej Pavelec who was stationed in front of Atlanta’s goal. Pavs crouched to deflect the puck away from the net and….

Oh no…OPIE!

What in the world….OPIE!!

How did that….OPIE!!!

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot…OPIE!!!!

It took a bad hop up off the ice just before reaching him…freaky enough play…but really, if you are a goalkeeper in the NHL you just cannot let that wind up in the net. If a goalie allows goals like that too often…then for him N-H-L will stand for Not Here for Long…with apologies to Jerry Glanville.

OK…fine. It’s 3-2 Caps with half a game to play. Twice before the Thrashers found themselves in a one-goal hole in this game and both times they drew even shortly there after.

Washington had taken a 1-0 lead just after the two-minute mark of the opening period as Eric Fehr took a center ice pass from center ice and broke in of the goal. He beat Ondrej Pavelec with the shot as defenseman Christoph Schubert sprawled in an unsuccessful attempt to make up for being beaten.

However, Atlanta knotted it up via the power play…one that lasted but three seconds. Max took the faceoff win by…what’s this? Nik Antropov…and push it past Varlamov to tie the score at one. After falling behind 2-1, Kaptain Kovalchuk evened things up with 2:58 left before the first intermission.

So, two times already they answered goals by the Capitals. Certainly with the way this offense is clicking they can find a way too….

Oh no…what the….$#%@! …now it’s 4-2 just 72 seconds later!

Alright…two goals down and still half a game to play. We’re still in this game…if we can just….

Oh my Gawd…not again. 5-2 just 14 second after the last one as Chris Clark crams home a rebound off the boards! What in the wide, wide world of sports is a-goin’ on out there?

And with that came the end of the night for Ondrej Pavelec. After 31:48 second and allowing five goals on 14 shots, John Anderson made the Moose call. Actually, it was 13 SOG and that…thing…from 180 feet away, but I digress.

Personally, I would have given Opie the hook 14 seconds earlier, although I’m sure some would have liked for it to have happened after the freak-show goal.

Hedberg did his part as he restored order in the goal…stopping all 14 shots he faced and allowing the team to try and claw their way back into the game. Moose now has a 1.40 GAA and a .964 SV% during the game and a half he’s played in.

To their credit, the Thrashers did indeed make a game of it at the end. Bogosian’s shorty at 4:51 of the third gave some hope…then Kovy’s power play slapper with under a minute to play provided an exciting finish.

Atlanta went on the power play…oh sorry, make that the Coca-Cola Power Play… for the last 30 seconds when Ovechkin took a tripping minor. Afinogenov had a couple of whacks at the puck from the right side of the goal in the dying seconds…but he and the Thrashers came up just short.

Who would you put in goal Saturday night?

  • Pavelec - He's earned the right to be first in the goalie line (60%, 67 Votes)
  • Hedberg - Throw some Moose meat at the Sharks (40%, 45 Votes)

Total Voters: 112

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Obviously, there will now be some debate and discussion in these parts given to the question of just who Anderson should toss into the goal Saturday when the Sharks swim into Thrasherville. Does he return Pavelec to the goal…telling him he’s the number one guy, just shake Thursday night off? Or does he go with the apparent hot-glove by riding the Moose?

In the past, when the goalie in question was Kari Lehtonen, I’ve advocated putting him back in. A goalie is going to have an off night here and there…but if he’s feels as though one bad outing is going to cost him his job, the pucker-factor is gonna get a tad high for the kid. Opie has done well overall and I don’t think one bad game should cost him the starting job…at least not right now.

But I would have a very short leash on him Saturday.

So, I’ll toss the question out to you. Do you think Pavelec should be the man ‘tween the pipes when the Sharks attack Saturday night?

Or is Opie’s returning to the net this weekend…ahem…a long shot?

Drilled For Two Minutes

Ondrej Pavelec wasn’t the only person in Thrasherville having a rough couple of minutes Thursday night.

During the Two Minute Drill…an in-game contest in which a lucky fan wins a prize if the Thrashers score during a specific two-minute time frame…featured a good friend of this blog. I call him “Pinhead” because the hat he wears sports about 13,852 Thrashers/hockey pins on it. He’s the husband of “Libby”, who opines in the comment section occasionally…she would prefer it if I call him “Mr. Libby” here.

Unfortunately for Pinhead, the plan did not go accordingly as the Thrashers did not score during his allotted time frame.

Washington, on the other hand, did score twice…or was it three times, I lost count… during his Two Minute Drill. I believe Jay Bird told him that because of that, Mr. Libby owed him a prize.

Tough night all around, Pinhead! But hey…you still got to sit next to one of the prettiest ladies in the arena last night!

132 comments Add your comment

Smoothie

October 23rd, 2009
1:41 am

Put the kid back in but keep him on a short leash. Of course, you don’t tell HIM that. Tell him he’s gonna be ur # 1 and to just forget about Thurs. The Sharks can be reeled in and let Pavy shoot the harpoon gun.

Weird game indeed. Am I the only one sick of Ovy’s filthy, cheap-shotting ways?

Capt Caveman

October 23rd, 2009
2:50 am

I used to skip rocks across the water and they would take that big bounce at the end after a series of little skips, every southern kid knows to watch out for that last biggie. We should take Opie rock skippin just to learn him about that. LOL

Mrs. DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
5:14 am

Bummer the Thrashers lost – would have been SWEET to have this game in the “W” column and first place in the Division all to ourselves. From what I’ve read, it sounded like quite a game with both the “highs” and “lows” – never a dull moment with these Thrashers LOL. However, we have a chance at payback next week, so let’s learn from the mistakes last night and please take Pavs out to a lake and teach him about the physics behind rock skipping LOL.

Mrs. DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
5:15 am

By the way, I get BRONZE for being the third poster!!!!!!

Dwayne

October 23rd, 2009
6:49 am

sorry i jinxed the Thrashers, came home from my daughters senior class meeting, turned tv on, the score was 2-2, went to the kitchen to fix a sandwich, came back, 5-2….bummer

Sara

October 23rd, 2009
7:04 am

It was just a weird night. The bad changes in the first period are just as much to blame as Pavs would be. That’s where the 1st two goals came from. The entire team can’t go for a change when the other team has possession of the puck and it’s headed for your zone.

NorthStarsDave

October 23rd, 2009
7:06 am

It’s only one game……OP was GREAT until last night….wasn’t he the reason the Trashers stole a point from the Habs Tuesday?

Let’s see how the kid responds….

Let`s Start the Season

October 23rd, 2009
7:15 am

Didn`t Pavs play shortstop on the first edition of the BadNews Bears?

Riceowls8891

October 23rd, 2009
7:19 am

I think Opie’s rough night is all my fault. I actually started to have some confidence seeing him in goal. He looked so calm and in control in Montreal. Can’t have that!

When’s Kari coming back? Play the Moose!

There hockey karma is restored.

Putting On The Foil

October 23rd, 2009
7:45 am

Pavlec looked liked ECHL material last night, but I say stick him back in Saturday night to verify it’s not a trend being started. Liked the way the team played other than that lapse in the second. Kudos for not giving up. Just wasn’t meant to be. Also Rawhide, everyone has a right to their opinion on the Koslov hit the other night, but don’t sell him out to those Canadian bast*rds on the Hockey Buzz.

five_hole

October 23rd, 2009
7:58 am

I think John Anderson should have called a timeout, after the Caps scored immediately after the “pond-skipper” goal. I’ll defer to people like Glovesave but playing goalie is about having your head on straight. Ondrej was thinking about the last goal, not the next shot.

If you get knocked off the horse, you should get back on immediately. I’d put Ondrej back in goal for Saturday night’s game. But I’d also put Manny Legace on my speed dial.

rightshot

October 23rd, 2009
8:14 am

http://www.rds.ca/hockey/chroniques/284740.html#

That’s the web site (in French). Sorry if it didn’t link. Rumor is Kovy is about ready to sign a 9 year 100 million dollar contract with the Thrashers. If anyone can interpret French better than me, please do so.

AS for Saturday, put in Moose and let Pavs know all he needs to worry about is starting against the Caps next Thurs.

GaVaHokie

October 23rd, 2009
8:19 am

I think Legace and Lehtonen had a little *snicker* last night at that performance from Opie… and then Kari strained another back muscle laughing.

GaVaHokie

October 23rd, 2009
8:20 am

Kari Lehtonen says, “Hahahaha… oh, my back!”

hip czech

October 23rd, 2009
8:23 am

Bummer of a result, but I think the positive trend is continuing for this team. Take away the 3 goal span and that was a pretty solid game. And they came darn close to clawing a point out of the thing anyway.

Bogosian had by far his best game of the season…he is going to be a 25-30 goal scorer in this league (and maybe not in the too distant future). Schubert and Popovic were a little shaky last night, really they were about the only negative (besides THE shot and the aftermath).

Let’s see how they rebound…please let that 9 year deal be true!

The Real Thrash

October 23rd, 2009
8:24 am

The night we really clamp down on SOG and we have 14 giveaways vs only 2 for Washington.

GaVaHokie

October 23rd, 2009
8:25 am

What’s really sickening about last night is how close Max was to putting in that game tying goal.

http://thrashers.nhl.tv/team/console.jsp?hlg=20092010,2,121

Thank God for the strong 3rd period performance, otherwise the team might have hung their heads going into the San Jose game tomorrow.

Shawn@GSG

October 23rd, 2009
8:30 am

I’ve seen Kari let in some odd goals before. Opie will be fine against the Sharks. He said he likes a lot of shots, so maybe that is why he had a rough outing?? Gotta remember he is young and things like this are gonna happen throughout the year.

J.B.

October 23rd, 2009
8:37 am

The guys seemed happy with the performance despite the loss from what I’ve read. Put Pavs back in. I’ve said this before, he’s not going to get better if he doesn’t play. The more experience the better. Again, the whole Viper/Top Gun thing… “Keep sending him up.”

Matt

October 23rd, 2009
8:42 am

Hey Rawhide, the voting machine does not seem to be working!
Very disappointing effort from Mr. Pavs last evening. Youth will make mistakes and lets put him right back in and get a game from him against the Sharks like we got against the Habs.

Opie

October 23rd, 2009
8:42 am

I no like monkey pucks.

DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
8:44 am

Good Morning Mrs DWTOO. Hope life in Pretoria is treating you well today.

Waddell should be on the phone to Chicago right now and Manny should be on the next flight. Pavs had his shot – reminds of the past two years. Pavs has a couple of good games and goes right in the tank.

Like the fact that the Thrash didn’t fold and finished strong. Oh, so close.

Rawhide

October 23rd, 2009
8:46 am

Hey Rawhide, the voting machine does not seem to be working!

Matt – Yeah, it was “closed” for some odd reason. I have it open now. Thanks.

I used to skip rocks across the water and they would take that big bounce at the end after a series of little skips, every southern kid knows to watch out for that last biggie. We should take Opie rock skippin just to learn him about that. LOL

Capt. Caveman – Yes, and it’s so easy a … oh, never mind. :cool:

I think John Anderson should have called a timeout, after the Caps scored immediately after the “pond-skipper” goal.

five_hole – Agreed…if not that, then the very next one as it was apparent Opie and the defense still had it in their head.

I think Legace and Lehtonen had a little *snicker* last night at that performance from Opie… and then Kari strained another back muscle laughing.

GaVaHokie – HA!! :lol:

Mrs. DWTOO – G’morning…er, ah…is it afternoon over there now?

Mrs. DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
8:49 am

“That’s the web site (in French). Sorry if it didn’t link. Rumor is Kovy is about ready to sign a 9 year 100 million dollar contract with the Thrashers. If anyone can interpret French better than me, please do so.”
Rightshot – It’s never indicated if the money is Canadian $$ or US $$. If that amount is Canadian $$, that converts to about $95 million US. That’s a nice sum for 10 years – roughly 95. mil US per year for the Kaptain K.

Zoomo

October 23rd, 2009
8:51 am

Didn’t go to the game last night, but it looked like Opie really should have stopped the 2nd goal as well.

That final seconds flurry was wild. Max almost put it in and on his second attempt it looks like Laich gets his stick in there and puck flys straight up. Ohh so close.

Worse thing about the loss, is it now feels like we have to get a win on Saturday to keep the postive momentum going.

Mrs. DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
8:52 am

Oops Over 10 years it would be 9.5 mil US – damn dislexia. Oh, over 9 years, of course, it would be roughly 10.5 mil US. Damn ADHD.

Mrs. DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
8:54 am

Rawhide – G’morning to you, too!! Iin answer to your question, it is now 3:00 PM here and I’m winding down for the day.

Mrs. DWTOO

October 23rd, 2009
9:05 am

Oh, and good morning to my darling husband, too. My workday is winding down and your (and everyone else’s) workday is just beginning…HA!
I think Pavs should go back in goal on Saturday against the Sharks. It will get his confidence back up and, besides, what heppens when you fall off a horse? You get right back on. (And no, I haven’t hit the wine yet!) Maybe start Moose next Thursday, Legace as back-up, with Pavs on healthy scratch. The kid might need a well-deserved break by then, anyway.

GaVaHokie

October 23rd, 2009
9:07 am

RDS has been about as reliable as Eklund’s site lately… they’re the one’s that said Zherdev was going to sign with Atlanta.

Barry

October 23rd, 2009
9:13 am

Opie had a bad game all around. It wasn’t that pond skipper goal.He was out of position on alot of goals. That second goal he’s sliding AWAY from the crease and AWAY from the goal leaving it almost wide open to shoot at. That rebound off the back boards goal he was way out at the top of the crease with players in front and should have been more in the middle of the crease. Because of that he couldn’t get back in time on the “boards” goal. This kid just gives up WAY too many rebounds to the middle of the ice. Opie has been playing good but many times during games he over commits and the defense and forwards are having to pay more attention to cover for him instead of focusing more on getting the puck and pushing it up the ice.

ChippersLoveChild

October 23rd, 2009
9:20 am

Gotta go with Pavs, he will lose plenty of confidence, in my opinion, if we don’t. I’ve liked his attitude so far, I think he brushes this off, forgets about last night, and provides a solid effort for the Thrash on Saturday.

Also nice touch with the Snyder video during the game wish it would have gotten a louder reaction, but oh well. Think they show that on Saturday?

D

October 23rd, 2009
9:25 am

Any talk about the “O” penalty at the end of the game? Heard on XM this morning it was a slew-footing penalty and Artyukhin (Ducks) was just suspended for three games for that. (http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=503123) It will be interesting to see if there is any news from Toronto on that.

Russian

October 23rd, 2009
9:32 am

Last game was good. Pavs lost game for us. He did it before He played one game as Number One NHL Goalie and next game he was out of game. That’s OK, it can be fixed. I like to see him at Saturday. I will give him a chanse to prove. He can do it. But if he will not, he will be number Two rest of the season. Sharks lost yeasturday to Tampa and they come here for two points. It will be good game and Pavs must help us or became back up Goalie.

Smoothie

October 23rd, 2009
9:34 am

Sara – I’m glad someone mentioned the pi$$-poor attention to detail on the first period line changes…SLOPPY, SLOPPY, SLOPPY!! Inexcusable at this level and in a period in which you are changing at your own blueline. I can see a slip up occasionally with the long change in the 2nd, but on both goals it cost us.

However, on goal # 2, Opie should’ve stopped a fairly innocent shot. He powered over to Giroux’s side, but then pushed off with his right leg a second time as if he wasn’t sure if he was covering the post. Then inexplicably, he decided to roll like he wanted to stack the pads and the damn puck goes right over his glove…right then I knew he wasn’t “feeling” it.

But we have got to get these little things corrected by Saturday and take care of a sure-to-be road weary Sharks team. Hopefully JA will pound it into their collective heads that such lapses are not to be tolerated…and it’s time to put Salmela back in the line-up. With Pops.

five_hole

October 23rd, 2009
9:37 am

Different subject; to anyone watching on TV, did anyone else notice how “subdued” Natalie Taylor was last night? Before, she had the perm and the “bubbly blonde” thing going. Last night, her hair was straight and so was her demeanor. I’m gonna hate myself for typing this, but I liked it better when she was more effervescent.

Mrs. DWTOO Kovy may have second thoughts about resigning after last night’s game.

You still gotta love our special teams. The PP scored (twice), the PK didn’t allow a goal, we kept AO off the scoresheet. However, I did notice a reluctance to play more physical. I can’t help but wonder if that wasn’t a result of someone saying something after the Montreal game?

Russian

October 23rd, 2009
9:42 am

Also I like to see some changes on lines. White should suit in Press Box. He was absolutely worst player on the team. I like to bring Slater to Second Center. It might be work as Slava-Slater-Little. I know Jimmy has a problem with puck handle, but he has a speed and he play defensively. Slava can fit him a puck to break away, such as Little. I do not want to break 3-d line. They play very good now. They have chemistry. Also Reasoner give a lot of energy for 4-th line and they keep Ovi off yesterday. I hope Salmanella will play and Shubert will join company with White. Here are my lines to Saturday game:
Kovy-Antro-Max
Slava-Slater-Little
Kane-Pever-Armi
Bolt-Reason-Tromb
Bogus-Tobi
Hainci-Pasha
Salmanella-Pops
Pavs

Paminski

October 23rd, 2009
9:43 am

Pavs should get the start on Sat. In the beginning of the season, I didn’t think he was ready. Some of you said the only way to really tell was throw him out there and see what he does. He’s done well up until now, but Saturday’s game will be his defining moment.

I am cautiously optimistic about Max. But possibly I’ve just been hypnotized by his fancy stick work.

Unless I’m reading soemthing wrong, the stats this morning on NHL.com put us as number 1 on PK% and tied for number 1 on PP%. Depsite the loss, those are pretty encouraging numbers.

sisu

October 23rd, 2009
9:45 am

That was a sloppy game all around, it is one loss and we all felt we deserved better.

So erase that one from memory and continue this hot start Saturday, Opie in net

Midfield

October 23rd, 2009
9:46 am

Anderson should have definitely pulled Pavelec after the 4th – regardless whether it was Pav’s fault or not. Elliott made agood point when he said that when a goalie lets in a bubble, he is left to his own devises to redeam himself. If he does not stop EVERYTHING after that, he needs to sit it over.

Russian

October 23rd, 2009
9:46 am

I read rumor about Kovy contract in Russian news. I do not think that it is TRUE. Yes they are talking about $100 mln to 9 years. Also other point to sign for 2-3 years for same money ($11.3 per year). Kovy said that he is concentrating to Game and he likes Atlanta. They will talk again on next week. It is just Rumor and talking. Do not take it seriously.

jason

October 23rd, 2009
9:47 am

I don’t think you can call it a dirty play or a dirty hit. It looked like a clean hit and the two players got their legs tangled and OV, who is the bigger and strong of the two came out on top.

I don’t think any player in the NHL will tell you OV is a dirty player. He goes hard to the net and to the boards. When you do that on a nightly basis things will happen. It goes along with the game.

Check out the video again; the two players went shoulder to shoulder and when they hit OV readjusted and the guys left went out from under him. Last year that wouldn’t have been called. This year it is and it was well called but I don’t think you can say the he went in with the intent to kick his foot out. Again OV is bigger, stronger and faster he wouldn’t need to do that to beat the man to the puck along the boards.

If you want to know what a real cheap shot slew foot is look no further then Evgeny Artyukhin hit from a few nights ago.

ranallo10 (in AT)

October 23rd, 2009
9:47 am

So you’re saying it’s all “Mr. Libby’s” fault, eh?

Libby — I’m guessing nobody officially started Boulton Time during the entire 2 minute drill? That’s too bad, “Mr. Libby” deserved another pin.

Smoothie

October 23rd, 2009
9:51 am

Pamininski – I have to agree with your optimistic sentiment with respect to Mad Max. Of course, he will always be “Crazy Legs”, but that is his game. Sure he will turn the puck over occasionally, but the important thing is the speed and effort level are at maximum level. With good health, he is absolutely flying out there and he is putting pressure on the other side of the D away from Kovy. But most encouragingly, I have been impressed by his forechecking presence and he’s been doing a very nice job winning battles in the corner and helping to sustain zone time for the top line…that’s HUUUGE!

MashaPlayer7

October 23rd, 2009
9:57 am

I say Opie goes back in net Saturday. Confidence building is a big thing. And with the Thrashers good start, John Anderson has the luxury of seeing if Opie is really #1 material for a few more games. If I was John Anderson I would call Opie in his office this morning and say the following: “Opie, you’ve got the talent to be a #1 goalie. You’ve had a great start. You stole a point for us in Montreal. Every goalie has a bad game. Average goalies have multiple bad games. #1 goalies come back from an average game and pull off another 10 straight stron games. Your mental approach and game time focus will be ultimately determine whether I send you back to the Chicago Wolves or you carry this team to the playoffs. Now go have a good practice and get ready for the Sharks.” (..and JA should have this conversation, not Weekes or any of the assistant coaches)…

Smoothie

October 23rd, 2009
9:57 am

jason – nice try. He may not have done it with intent to harm, but he slew-footed him plain as day on the replay. Much to your chagrin I’m sure, I feel pretty confident there is some burgeoning sentiment that AO is crossing the line too often into being a dirty player. He takes runs at people and leaves his feet for hits ALL the time.

I was very happy to have Kubina in our corner last night as he was playing “hall monitor” to Ovy’s class-skipping mischief. Kuby got him before AO had a chance to line someone up. The Ovy was totally pre-occupied with revenge on Kubina after that. Wise veteran move by the big guy…Pasha wants to be a quiet leader and I’m impressed with his passion thus far.

J.B.

October 23rd, 2009
9:59 am

i know he’s only got 2 Gs and a couple of assists thus far, but i’m loving Mad Max as a Thrasher.

MashaPlayer7

October 23rd, 2009
10:12 am

BTW, I loved Kubina covering Ovechkin last night. I remember Kubina absolutely frustrating Kovy when Kubina was a member of Tampa Bay. He could be that shutdown D we are looking for when we play these superstar teams….

And Ovechkin is a great player and I love his physicality. But he is borderline dirty. He does leave his feet a lot and his hit on Gonchar last spring would have been a suspension for most any other player (and I was happy Gonchar went down because I hate the Penguins). But it was another dirty play.

Alan R.

October 23rd, 2009
10:19 am

I’m a glutton for punishment in a lot of different facets of life. Career-wise. Relationship-wise. Hockey-wise.

Put Pavs back in, because I would be completely flipping the script if I said otherwise. ;)

jason

October 23rd, 2009
10:21 am

I really don’t think so, and I speaking as a X-D1 player and a current high level ref. I have skew footed and been slew footed more times then I can count. Its not good move but it was a different game back then as we all know. The things that are dirty or cheep now aren’t on the same scale, but that’s not the point.
I just don’t see the same picture your painting. Just to put it out, I am a Caps fam. I enjoy the style of play and the young excitement they bring to the game. I don’t see/hear your sediments echoed around the NHL. Let alone on this board. I posed my comment in response to one made last night (I didn’t look at the timestamp before I wrote it). But I think if it was an issue or a talking point the bloggers would have picked up on it. He plays hard and hits hard but you can’t say he is dirty. He has, by my count been involved in 2 maybe 3 questionable incidents over 4 years. Of the 3, 1 was reviewed, last years playoff hit. But they decide because of the speed and angle the intent was never to hurt. I feel that’s the key to putting the dirty label on a guy. Did he go out with the intent to do it or did it just happen. The way I see it is in happened and was not more dirty then a slash to the leg or a crosscheck, just a part of the game……but different people see different things.

iamtheratio

October 23rd, 2009
10:26 am

Guess who is tied for first place in PP% and IS first place in PK%?!