In Depth Analysis

I’m watching the game on DVR delay this afternoon and I have to say, all of the pushing and shoving is downright comical.  My favorite part so far (I’m through the first two periods) was seeing Jason Pominville with his arms wrapped around Hal Gill from behind during the big scrum in front of Miller’s net.  I mean, honestly.  That’s just silly.

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2 Responses to “In Depth Analysis”


  1. 1 Gambler October 4, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    I had a discussion with some non-fan friends of mine a little while ago about the role of fighting in hockey, and I really wish I had had a clip of that “scrum” to show them at the time. “You know why they players need to throw punches? Because if they don’t, they end up looking like a bunch of teenagers at a school dance!” Silly is right.

  2. 2 mcguffers October 6, 2009 at 10:57 am

    My favorite part so far was seeing Jason Pominville with his arms wrapped around Hal Gill from behind during the big scrum in front of Miller’s net.

    They were hugging it out.


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