Loser point has run its course →
A good article on why the NHL should drop the O.T loser point.
He’s a coward, he’ll always be a coward,” Kesler told reporters after the game....– Ryan Kesler on Andrew Ladd (via: Dailyherald)
Sounds of the game: Dan Carcillo The best part of this video is Bill Guerin’s crazy vacant stare.
Nino Niederreiter’s slick one handed shootout competition goal.
If you have 5 minutes then watch this very entertaining O.T between Chicago and Detroit from yesterday. It’s only 5 minutes because it was non-stop entertainment with no whistles. I fully support a playoff series between these two teams.
I just wanted to give the fans free chicken wings.– Alex Ovechkin, on the Caps scoring at least five goals at home for the third time in seven games (washingtonpost.com). (via pterodactyls) More than one reason he’s the greatest player in the NHL right now. (via hungryghoast)
Sergei Gonchar scores a PPG that bounces off the bar, didn’t realize he scored and then a penalty shot is called on him seconds later…which is later called off as the goal had been scored.
Brad Luckowich of the Canucks on the Flames Rene Bourque.
The trio have played 57 games together going back to last winter. In those 57...– Jason Botchford of the Vancouver Province on the most productive line in the NHL