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Posted on: May 3, 2010 10:39 pm
 

Carcillo accuses Savard of biting

By Erin Brown

Their encounter does not hold up to the brawls of the 1970s, but Daniel Carcillo and Marc Savard may have added their place in the Philadelphia Flyers-Boston Bruins rivalry.

During Monday's contest between the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins, Philadelphia's Carcillo accused Boston's Savard of biting his finger in a scrum.

At 5:55 of the second period, Savard tried to swipe at a puck gloved by Flyers goalie Brian Boucher . That led to defenseman Kimmo Timonen and Carcillo going after the Boston forward. When Carcillo put Savard in a headlock, his glove fell off.

After linesmen broke up the incident, the Flyers winger held out his index finger, suggesting Savard bit him.

Savard ended up with a slashing minor, while Carcillo was sent back to the bench to tend to his hand.


Posted on: May 1, 2010 3:38 pm
Edited on: May 1, 2010 3:46 pm
 

Flyers, Bruins charge out of the gate in OT

One has to wonder if NBC sent a message to the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins dressing rooms prior to overtime starting in Game 1.

Wrap it up, guys.

Boston came out flying, peppering Flyers goalie Brian Boucher with six shots in two minutes. Just five minutes in, the teams had combined for 10 shots and a few odd-man rushes including a breakaway by Flyers winger Daniel Carcillo .

By the time Boston's Marc Savard scored at 13:52 to give his team the 5-4 win, the squads had 17 shots.

What's the rush?

The Kentucky Derby takes place later Saturday afternoon. It's an event televised by NBC. A quick glance of a television programming guide shows the horses aren't scheduled to air until 4 p.m. Post time is 6:24 p.m.

In 2007, the network cut away from an overtime contest between the Ottawa Senators and Buffalo Sabres, in order to show an hour of pre-race coverage. The rest of the game was picked up by Versus, but that's quite a change from appearing on a network that is in 99 percent of American homes.


Posted on: April 19, 2010 1:53 am
Edited on: April 28, 2010 9:39 pm
 

Three Stars: April 18

By Erin Brown

First Star: ★ Craig Anderson, Colorado Avalanche

Anderson made 51 saves in Sunday's win over the San Jose Sharks, setting an NHL playoff record for most saves without allowing a goal in regulation. The shutout was the first of his postseason career.


Second Star: ★ ★ Antti Niemi, Chicago Blackhawks

Niemi rebounded from a shaky Game 1 start, making 23 saves in a 2-0 whitewash of the Nashville Predators. Eleven of his saves came in the third period.


Third Star: ★ ★ ★ Daniel Carcillo, Philadelphia Flyers

Despite logging a little more than seven minutes of ice time, Carcillo recorded the game-winning goal in overtime and an assist in Philadelphia's 3-2 win over New Jersey.


Honorable Mentions


Goat of the night: Dan Boyle, San Jose Sharks

After his team dominated the Avalanche during regulation, outshooting them 50-15, Boyle's pass to Douglas Murray ended up in his own net, giving Colorado the 1-0 win and 2-1 series lead.



Posted on: April 19, 2010 1:19 am
 

Wraparound: A recap of Sunday's games

No. 4 Phoenix Coyotes 4, No. 5 Detroit Red Wings 2

Phoenix leads series, 2-1

Overcoming the loss of captain Shane Doan and another key player, Petr Prucha and Radim Vrbata scored midway through the third period to lift the Coyotes to a 4-2 victory and a 2-1 series lead. Recap | Stats

 

No. 4 Pittsburgh Penguins 4, No. 5 Ottawa Senators 2

Pittsburgh leads series, 2-1

Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist, Evgeni Malkin scored his third playoff goal, and Pittsburgh beat Ottawa 4-2 on Sunday night to take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference series. Recap | Stats

 

No. 7 Philadelphia Flyers 3, No. 2 New Jersey Devils 2 (OT)

Philadelphia leads series, 2-1

Daniel Carcillo scored 3:35 into overtime to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 3-2 victory against the New Jersey Devils on Sunday night and a 2-1 advantage in the Eastern Conference series. Recap | Stats

 

No. 2 Chicago Blackhawks 2, No. 7 Nashville Predators 0

Series tied, 1-1

Antti Niemi , a rookie, didn't dwell on his first playoff game two nights earlier when he gave up two goals, one on a bouncing puck in a 4-1 loss in the series opener. That loss put Sunday night's game into the must-win category for the Blackhawks with Games 3 and 4 in the Western Conference series slated for Nashville on Tuesday and Thursday. Recap | Stats

 

No. 8 Colorado Avalanche 1, No. 1 San Jose Sharks 0 (OT)

Colorado leads series, 2-1

Ryan O'Reilly was credited with a bizarre goal 51 seconds into overtime following an errant clear by defenseman Dan Boyle , giving the Colorado Avalanche a 1-0 victory against San Jose on Sunday night and a 2-1 lead in the Western Conference series. Craig Anderson was simply splendid in net all night, stopping 51 shots. Recap | Stats

Posted on: April 18, 2010 10:01 pm
 

Carcillo delivers blow to Devils in Game 3

By Erin Brown

Daniel Carcillo landed a hard punch to the gut of the New Jersey Devils, and he did it without dropping his gloves.

Carcillo finished a goal and an assist in Philadelphia Flyer's 3-2 overtime win over New Jersey on Sunday.

The winger struck 3:35 into the extra period to give the Flyers the win and a 2-1 series lead. Mike Richards ' shot from the right side of the net trickled through the crease to Carcillo, who knocked it past an out-of-position Martin Brodeur .

He also assisted on Richards' goal 75 seconds into the second period.

Known for his fists more than soft hands, Carcillo led Philadelphia with 207 penalty minutes during the regular season, but also scored 12 goals.

 
 
 
 
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