Showing posts with label Patrik Berglund. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Patrik Berglund. Show all posts

Sunday, May 15, 2016

St. Louis Blues No Goal

You can see by the video that the refs got the call right. The Blues even burned a coaches callenge on this one and lost.

The St. Louis Blues thought Patrick Berglund had scored the first goal of the series between the Blues and the Sharks. However, after further review, the goal was waved off because of goalie interference. Again, this was the right call.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Yep, Steve Ott is a Rodeo Clown

Yes it's true, Steve Ott is a rodeo clown. Personally, I would recommend circus clown instead. Rodeo clowns actually have a purpose in life.

I am so glad that someone from that national media has finally said this. I think the Wild should be applauded for their restraint and not taking the bait from the St. Louis Blues. It has been fun to watch the Wild players just look Ott and smile and skate away.
Jim Souhan, Star Tribune – Wild fans will want to treat Steve Ott as a villain. He’s not. Villains are frightening. Ott is more like junk mail — annoying but meaningless, and soon to be stuffed in the proper recycling bin.

If the St. Louis Blues were intelligent, they would be feeding off the talent of Vladimir Tarasenko. Instead, they are feeding off the idiocy of Ott, a supposed enforcer who plays like a child, holding sticks and patting heads instead of just once hitting someone square.

When Ott actually had a chance to help his team with a third-period breakaway, he lost the puck, then fanned on a pass in the crease. He’s not a hockey player; he’s a rodeo clown.

Sometimes Ott mimics a tough guy late in games, when the hockey portion of the evening has ended. Monday, with his team down by three goals in the waning moments, he jumped on the smallest player in the game, Jared Spurgeon.
I think that Ott's attacking Jared Spurgeon needs to be addressed at the right time and place. For the most part, that’s not the Wild game. The Wild are ranked 20th in the NHL in fighting majors and don’t have any players with more than five fights. Wild forward Chris Stewart has been in eight fights this season, but has only been in three as a member of the Wild.

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

The Swedish 2014 Olympic Hockey Team

English: Oliver Ekman-Larsson accepts his play...
English: Oliver Ekman-Larsson accepts his player of the game award after a game against Austria during the 2010 World Junior Championships. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Daniel Alfredsson (Detroit)
Nicklas Backstrom (Washington)
Patrik Berglund (St. Louis)
Jimmie Ericsson (Skelleftea AIK)
Loui Eriksson (Boston)
Johan Franzen (Detroit)
Carl Hagelin (NYR)
Marcus Kruger (Chicago)
Gabriel Landeskog (Colorado)
Daniel Sedin (Vancouver)
Henrik Sedin (Vancouver)
Jakob Silfverberg (Anaheim)
Alexander Steen (St. Louis)
Henrik Zetterberg (Detroit)


Alexander Edler (Vancouver)
Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Phoenix)
Jonathan Ericsson (Detroit)
Niklas Hjalmarsson (Chicago)
Erik Karlsson (Ottawa)
Niklas Kronwall (Detroit)
Johnny Oduya (Chicago)
Nenrik Tallinder (Buffalo)


Jhonas Enroth (Buffalo)
Jonas Gustavsson (Detroit)
Henrik Lundqvist (NYR)
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