It's the November episode of The Hockey Show. 
Paul Altmeyer and his aging sidekick Robert 'Horace' Greeley recorded this show prior to Thanksgiving so there would be no ill effects of tryptophan. 

They spoke with the inimitable Paul Stewart (interview begins at 15:00)

Go to 48:10 of the show to enjoy The Police Blotter segment. 

"HEY WANG, WHAT'S WITH THE PICTURES? IT'S A PUCK.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


JIMMY HAYES ERUPTS FOR GOAL,

LEADS BRUINS TO 1-0 Win

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The Bruins put forth one of their best defensive efforts of the season on Sunday, as  Jimmy Hayes scored the lone goal 4:20 in, and Tuukka Rask made 18 saves as the B’s snapped a two-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory at the Garden.

Rask only saw 18 shots — the Kings average nearly 30 per game — and precious few quality scoring chances in posting his fourth shutout and second 1-0 blanking of the year.

With Hayes' goal, his 2nd of the year, he is now only 19 behind Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby for the league lead.

he B’s put 30 shots on net themselves, a handful of which came on their sputtering (29th in the league) power play, which went 0-for-4, including a four-minute stint in the third period that could have made their lives a lot easier down the stretch. But on the flip side, their fourth-in-the-league penalty kill threw a 4-for-4 shutout.

The Kings’ best chance did not register as a shot: Defenseman Tom Gilbert missed a wide-open net in the third period. But as the old adage goes, you earn your luck, and the B’s were pretty darn good in their own end. It was certainly a far cry from February’s embarrassing 9-2 loss in the Kings’ last visit (and Milan Lucic’s return) to the Garden.

Lucic is now in Edmonton, but the Kings still have many big, skilled bodies. The B’s never let them get grinding in the offensive zone.

The game-winner was what you’d expect in a game like yesterday’s — a deflection. Colin Miller, operating at the right point, made a nice move by faking his shot, moving to his right and then delivering from the top of the circle; it went off the shaft of Hayes’ stick past Kings goalie Peter Budaj.

The B’s had chances to extend the lead — more than the Kings had opportunities to tie it — but they couldn’t give themselves breathing room. Even with Budaj pulled for an extra skater, Zdeno Chara missed the cage from the red line and Riley Nash’s shot from center ice was blocked.

But the important thing was they never really allowed the Kings to set up in the offensive zone in the 6-on-5 situation.

The game-winner was what you’d expect in a game like yesterday’s — a deflection. Colin Miller, operating at the right point, made a nice move by faking his shot, moving to his right and then delivering from the top of the circle; it went off the shaft of Hayes’ stick past Kings goalie Peter Budaj.

The B’s had chances to extend the lead — more than the Kings had opportunities to tie it — but they couldn’t give themselves breathing room. Even with Budaj pulled for an extra skater, Zdeno Chara missed the cage from the red line and Riley Nash’s shot from center ice was blocked.

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

Max Domi makes quick work of Ryan Kesler


THE HOCKEY SHOW, NOVEMBER 2016

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