After a decisive win in Game 6, Bruce Cassidy has decided to pull a Rod Brind’Amour and take his case to the podium. Up to this point in the season, Carolina has had 33 chances on the powerplay and Boston 28. While a difference of six powerplays doesn’t seem like a big deal, even two more powerplays in a game could change the tide of a series.
Brind’Amour has shown that taking grievances to the press works earlier in the series. Cassidy took his turn and commented, “They’re a very good team at drawing penalties and they’re a very good team at selling penalties.” Is Cassidy inferring that the Hurricanes are diving on calls to get a powerplay? I believe so.
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