Wednesday Kitty Litter. It’s Robbery I Say!

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Colton Orr scores a goal past Florida Panthers goaltender Scott Clemmensen (R) during the third period of their NHL hockey game in Toronto October 26, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)

This Isn't Interference? Source: Yardbarker.com

Todays music video is Wide Eyes by Local Natives. Based on last night’s game, the officials could use some.

If you didn’t see it, here it is.  The video of the Colton Orr goal that was allowed last night.  A very clear indication of interference.  You can see it for yourself.  I have no idea how the officials allowed this goal.

Here’s the story from the Globe and Mail.

George Richards from the Miami Herald reports on the bitterness being felt after last night’s game.  The only thing I want to add however is that we still lack scoring, and our top line is not producing.  Good teams find a way to win and score goals.  We aren’t doing that.  The game should not be decided by one play.

The stats from last night’s game.  TSN.

On a better and more positive note here’s EPSN’s Pierre LeBrun who is passing along some praise for the Florida Panthers defensive unit.  Nice work by Pierre, a person in the world of hockey that I really enjoy reading and listening to.

Elliotte Friedman and his 30 Thoughts.  Interesting stuff about the Kovy saga.

Want to know where your favourite sports team ranks in the media world?  SportsFanGraph.com has a complete listing.

Finally an article that hits home.  Justin Bourne writes about how important hockey sense is compared to actual talent.

In honor of the Edmonton Oilers potentially getting cheerleaders, Four Habs Fans decides to write their post in “cheerleading” style.

Other NHL superstars have been in the doghouse besides Ilya Kovakchuk.  Here’s Down Goes Brown with some of the more memorable ones.

The NHL has begun entering into talks regarding it’s television coverage.

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