I think Leddy was wondering where Kane was when suter came sneaking in from the blue line. (Hint; he was behind Suter.) i actually liked Q's demeanor in the post game interview. Usually he's scowling, it almost seemed like he resovled himself t being in some sort of unparrallel universe. It almost seems like we're "in a card game in which we never had a chance -the deck was marked, the game was rigged-you could not tell at a glance." - Rory gallagher one thing for sure, "We do not want ten!"
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Good recap except for this: "I hope all the jerks taking their kids to Disney on Ice are having a great time – because its killing the Chicago Blackhawks." Don't blame the folks going to Disney on Ice for the Hawks shit play. In fact, don't blame the folks going to Disney on Ice for any part of this. I know that was probably (hopefully) tongue in cheek but having been one of those jerks 10-15 years ago, I guess I didn't appreciate it.
Good, level-headed recap. Hawks played pretty well and were seemingly coached well, I thought. If this same game was played prior to the beginning of the losing streak, we'd probably be saying it was just "one of those games" that didn't go the Hawks' way on the score sheet. I didn't see the beginning of the game, but I was listening on the radio...Troy Murray thought the Toews penalty for goaltender interference could've easily gone the other way, against whoever the Nashville player was that pushed Toews into Rinne. But you mention that Toews "ran over" Rinne...is this sarcasm or is that what really happened? Onward, to NYC!