Another eventful evening in the NHL playoffs, eh?
Phoenix Coyotes' forward Raffi Torres delivered a vicious, head-hunting hit to Chicago Blackhawks' winger Marian Hossa. No doubt more work for Shannahan, who already levied suspensions on Andrew Shaw, Niklas Backstrom, Aaron Asham and James Neal yesterday.
Kamal and myself discussed the playoff mayhem in our most recent Panesar and Moustakas segment.
In game action, the Florida Panthers rallied from a 0-3 deficit to vanquish the New Jersey Devils 4-3, chasing Martin Brodeur in the process.
Meanwhile, the Nashville Predators took a commanding 3-1 lead in their series thanks to a win in Detroit last night.
In short, another night of exciting but at times unsettling play.
HabsWorld.net - HabsWorld Podcast - Episode 10
La Presse - Clément Jodoin trace un bilan mitigé de la saison des Bulldogs
La Presse - Radulov voit Roy derrière le banc du Canadien
HabsAddict.com - Panesar and Moustakas: Post-Season Pandemonium
ESPN - Mayhem has become story of playoffs
ESPN - Things to know from Tuesday's games
Sports Illustrated - Up to 1 man to curb violence after another night marred by dirty play
The Hockey News - Predators size pushes Wings to brink; top-heavy Devils disregard Panthers; Hawks-Yotes in tug-of-war
The Hockey News - Rory Boylen: Kings would be crazy to trade captain Dustin Brown
The Hockey News - Ken Campbell: NHL being dragged back into the dark ages
TSN - McKenzie: Torres' hit on Hossa meets all criteria of Rule 48
TSN - Hossa leaves on stretcher after open-ice hit from Torres
USA Today - Philly paper pictures Sidney Crosby as Cowardly Lion
USA Today - NHL hands out suspensions for four players
USA Today - Boedker's overtime goal lifts Coyotes over Blackhawks
USA Today - Red Wings face 3-1 deficit as Predators prevail
USA Today - Panthers stage epic comeback in 4-3 win vs. Devils