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Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.
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us NHL fans with this fabulous column! Now -  I was hoping you could comment on
the Chris Kreider net crash on Carey Price in Game 1. Initially, everyone
(including Michel Therrien and Brandon Prust) labeled it as a hockey play with
an unfortunate outcome. Days later, they began laying blame once Prices
availability was lost. Now Im NOT asking whether the refs erred on the call. Im
simply interested on your call or take on the incident. If you were still
working in the NHL, how would you have called it? CMon Ref! (corny, but couldnt
resist - LOL). Thanks,TerekWhistler, BC Terek: Injuries are an unfortunate
byproduct of the job and a risk that every player willingly assumes.  When an
injury is sustained, its not only very disappointing for the player to deal with
but when it involves a key player such as Carey Price, the loss can also
devastating to the fortunes of a team.  You dont replace a player like Price and
his absence will surely test the mettle of his Montreal teammates left standing
with their best player out of the lineup. The Hab continent has a huge obstacle
to overcome in finding a way to beat this hungry and confident NY Rangers team
tonight in Madison Square Garden. For that to happen, PK Subban and company will
first have to penetrate a wall in the form of Hendrik Lundqvist a mere 178 feet
from their goal crease guarded by little know Dustin Tokarski. With the man they
the King poised between the pipes the Rangers net probably looks more like 178
miles away. Michel Terrien and Brandon Prusts initial assessment of the play was
correct in that it was a hockey play. There was no deliberation on the part of
Chris Kreider to initiate contact with Price as the Rangers speedster went hard
to the net to make a play and then lost his balance following a chop to his
right ankle by Alexei Emelin. In the post-game press conference Coach Therrien
said he thought the play was "accidental, honestly," and Kreider said he "just
had too much momentum and couldnt really avoid him. It didnt feel too good for
me either."Terek, I would have ruled the play on the ice no differently than I
did from my couch and deemed the contact by Chris Kreider on Carey Price as
completely accidental. It would appear that I could count on agreement of this
decision from referee Steve Kozari, Michel Terrien, Brandon Prust and
Chris Kreider at the very least. It was a very unfortunate accident and injury
sustained by Carey Price. Prices Montreal Canadien teammates will have dig deep
tonight and stick with a game plan of speed and high tempo energy from the
opening puck drop to take the Garden crowd out of the game and shift the
momentum in their favor. Dustin Tokarski will have to give them a chance to
win.  It is then up to the Habs skaters grit, guts, determination and skill to
find a way to penetrate King Hendriks Court 178 feet away.
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loaned to Canada for the tournament, which begins Dec. 26 in Malmo, Sweden,
though a stretch of three straight games in the press box made it something of a
debate.
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. “Im not sure well get Melky Cabrera at all,” said Gibbons. The 29-year-old
left fielder struggled all season with knee and hamstring problems. Cabrera was
first on the disabled list from June 27-July 20 with tendinitis in his left
knee.OTTAWA – Carl Gunnarsson had a simple explanation for the sky-high shot
totals peppered at Leaf goaltenders on a nightly basis and once more in the
nations capital on Saturday evening. "You know what? I think its a conspiracy,"
Gunnarsson told the Leaf Report with a large, sarcastic grin in the bowels of
the Canadian Tire Centre. "I think the guys counting the shots, theyre doubling
up on it." Two nights after Jonathan Bernier stopped 48 of 50 shots in an
overtime win against the Stars did James Reimer stop 47 of 50 in a shootout
victory against the Senators, one that also snapped the Leafs seven-game road
losing streak. The primary force in the teams success so far this season
(16-11-3,) goaltending, after a slight dip under increasing strain in late
November, have re-emerged as the backbone of victory in the early days of
December. "When we get those wins on a night like this its their win,"
Gunnarsson said of the goaltenders, Reimer on this particular night. "We need
them right now and theyre really showing [up.]" While they raced out to a 3-1
lead on goals from James van Riemsdyk, Phil Kessel and Jake Gardiner, the Leafs
nearly fumbled victory away again on this night. Another late letdown,
highlighted by continued discipline issues, saw the Senators push back with a
pair of goals from Erik Condra and Erik Karlsson, the latter coming on a
power-play midway through the third. "When we skate and we attack we can be a
hockey club that can have success," said Randy Carlyle, pleased with the effort
through two periods, but not so much in the third. "And when we sit back and
receive the game, we allow the opposition to dictate the pace of the game." Only
the efforts of Reimer kept Ottawa, now nine points back of Toronto in the
Atlantic Division, from swiping the lead and two points entirely. "My job is to
stop them, whether its 10 shots or 100 shots," said Reimer, who remains unbeaten
in Ottawa. "We dont really care how many shots were giving up. Our job is just
to stop the puck from going in the net." "We feel were fortunate to have the
level of goaltending from Reimer and Bernier," said Carlyle. "We can go with
either of them on any given night." Five Points 1. Challenges of a Busy Night
Interestingly, Reimer explained that bloated shot totals arent what wear down a
goaltender. "They threw a lot of pucks at the net," he said of the Senators,
"but what tires a goaltender out on pretty much any team [is] their in-zone
time. Its not necessarily the shots, its them working, cycling. Thats when youre
in your crouch and youre looking at the pass across and youre moving trying to
fight through traffic. Thats whats the most tiring." Regardless, the Leafs are
forcing their goaltenders to be spectacular on too many nights. Theyve yielded
37 shots per game against this season, most in the NHL. 2. Reimers Capital City
Dominance The unbeaten streak and brilliance for Reimer in the nations capital
continued on Saturday. With the 47-save performance – and two more in a perfect
shootout – Reimer improved to 7-0-0 lifetime at the Canadian Tire Centre with a
.970 save percentage. The 25-year-old, for his part, had no explanation for his
success in Ottawa, attributing it to simple randomness. Date Shots Faced Goals
Against Jan. 11, 2011 33 1 Apr. 2, 2011 25 2 Feb. 4, 2012 49 0 Mar. 17, 2012 30
1 Mar. 30, 2013 31 0 Apr. 20, 2013 50 1 Dec. 7, 2013 50 3 3. Liles Season Debut
John-Michael Liles hadnt played a game for the Leafs since Game 7 of a first
round playoff series with Boston last May. He returned from the Marlies on
Saturday, playing nearly 18 minutes alongside Mark Fraser against the Senators.
&quoot;I thought he gave us a good game," said Carlyle of Liles.
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us what he does best. Hes a puck-moving defenceman. I thought he did a heck of a
job for us." The 33-year-old, who has seen his role in the NHL dwindle in recent
years, said he chose to assess his situation in the minors without negativity.
"Theres an opportunity to dwell on it and maybe give the kind of woe is me but
at the same time thats not really who I am," said Liles, recalled to help a
struggling Toronto defence in their puck-moving pursuits. "That was something I
tried to not let myself get caught up in." By all accounts, Liles had been
terrific with the Marlies, totaling 13 points in 16 games. He credits Steve
Spott, the Marlies head coach, for helping to ease his transition to the
American League. "Spotter has been fantastic for me," said Liles. "He said he
expected a lot of me [and] I expect a lot of myself." 4. Late Meltdowns Just as
they did in near-defeat to the Stars on Thursday night, the Leafs very nearly
let victory slip away against the Senators. Rather than attack with the lead,
they simply sat back and saw it evaporate. "I guess its when we get a lead we
freeze, do we freeze up or what are we doing?" said Carlyle, searching for
answers himself. "Weve talked about it a lot. Were beating it to death. If we
had the answer right now, we wouldve corrected it a long time ago." Ottawa cut
the lead to one in the opening minutes of the third frame with Colin Greening
outmaneuvering Gardiner for a puck in the Toronto zone, before feeding Condra
high in the slot. Karlsson then tied it on the eighth Leaf minor penalty. "It
seems we work hard for 40 minutes of the game and establish the type of game we
want to play and then we take some penalties that change the momentum and we
dont seem to be able to get it back," Carlyle said. "But we won the hockey game,
found a way to win and thats the most important thing. Weve had some pretty down
times here prior to the last two games, so no matter how you get the points,
were going to take them and move on." "Its just a good feeling," said
Gunnarsson. "We got the two points. Its not the way we wanted, but in the end
the points matter so well take that." 5. Clarksons Production The first 20 games
in a Maple Leafs jersey have passed rather quietly for David Clarkson. Clarkson
has just two goals and five points, numbers that, while disappointing in the
scope of his more recent production, align more closely to the bulk of his NHL
career previously. On pace for just seven goals and 18 points this season,
Clarkson averaged a not so dissimilar 12 goals and 24 points in his first four
NHL seasons with the Devils. Though he played slightly less then – between 12-14
minutes – the 29-year-old garnered similar power-play time and a similar number
of shots to those hes put forth this winter as a Leaf. His more recent
outbursts,perhaps unsustainable, seemed to alter the conversation though as far
as expectations for the Mimico, Ontario native are concerned. Two years ago,
Clarkson posted career-highs with 30 goals and 46 points. That year he averaged
a then-career-high of 2.85 shots per game, while shooting a career-high 13.2 per
cent. While slightly less accurate the next year – a lockout shortened 48 games
– Clarkson shot the puck with even greater frequency, establishing a new
career-high of 3.75 shots per game. Also notable was the first unit power-play
time he gathered in those two potent seasons, a fact of life thats diminished in
Toronto to opportunity more closely aligned to those first four seasons in New
Jersey. All of which is to say that Clarksons offensive production in the
previous two seasons (120 games) may prove more exception than rule. Stats-Pack
.970% - Career save percentage for James Reimer in Ottawa. 22 – Career goals for
Phil Kessel in 44 games against the Senators. 42 – Career points for Kessel in
44 games against the Senators. 17:51 – Ice-time for John-Michael Liles in his
season debut. 0.47 – Goals per game for James van Riemsdyk, who scored his 12th
this season on Saturday. 6 – Consecutive games with a point for Kessel, who has
four goals and eight points in that span. 28:32 – Ice-time for Dion Phaneuf, a
season-high. 4 – Goals from the Toronto defence this season, Jake Gardiner
scoring his first this season against the Senators. Special Teams Capsule PP:
1-6 Season: 24.7% PK: 6-8 Season: 78.2% Quote of the Night "You know what? I
think its a conspiracy. I think the guys counting the shots, theyre doubling up
on it, I think thats what it is." -Carl Gunnarsson, musing on the amount of
shots the Leafs have given up this season. Up Next The Leafs return home to host
Boston at the ACC on Sunday night. NFL Jerseys
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