Tuesday Morning NHL Papers (Western Conference): Peter Forsberg’s chances of playing in Olympics, Nikita Filatov could leave for KHL and Hawks close to deals with Toews, Kane and Keith

Posted by Richard Pollock in NHL Morning Papers on November 17, 2009 — 4 Comments

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  • rusty

    Was Gilbert boo’ed or Bruuuuuuuuuu-led?

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  • Bob Roberts

    “I don’t believe the last six months (represents) the economic reality of what this franchise can be going forward,” Bettman said. “When I see crowds of 10,000 to 12,000 some nights, that’s pretty good under the circumstances.”

    My Mom used to call this sort of thing “being economical with the truth”.

    “Was Gilbert boo’ed or Bruuuuuuuuuu-led?”

    I think you could make a case for either one Rusty, it sounded one way then the other to me and to the broadcast team on NHLCI as well. My wife says ALL males have “selective hearing”. I say she’s “being economical with the truth”.

  • Bob Roberts

    •The Ducks lost last night at Pittsburgh and it resulted in a post-game closed-door meeting from Randy Carlyle.

    So, to recap: vote of confidence for coach from GM, GM reads riot act to team, coach has closed-door meeting with team; each step followed by poor performance. Next step?