Found November 28, 2011 on
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Yesterday afternoon, a pissed off Bryan Murray unleashed a number of bombs directed towards the Pittsburgh Penguins and the manner in which forward Nick Foligno was treated at the front of the opposition's net. From the Ottawa Citizen:
"The rules are very clear now and if you fall into a goaltender and touch a goaltender, an elbow to the head and a butt end to the head is fair game," Murray said, referring to the hits Nick Foligno received following a scuffle with Penguins goaltender Marc-André Fleury. Crosby threw the elbow.
"Dan Bylsma said that's OK for them. Sidney said Nick Foligno is that kind of player. I wish (Foligno) was that kind of player."
Bryan Murray wishes Foligno was a dirty player. I wish Nick Foligno was actually the top six player. Weird. Here's the event itself that has Murray so steamed...As much as I would love to **** on Crosby for being a hypocrite and landing a cheap blow on Foligno's head, a large part of me is e...
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In another bizarre twist, it appears that the Ottawa Senators refuse to back down from Sidney Crosby and company. The latest comes from general manager Bryan Murray, who wasn't all too thrilled with 'The Kid's' response to Nick Foligno's original statement regarding headshots.
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from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun, Bryan Murray fired back at Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins Sunday.
The Senators GM warned the Penguins superstar and coach Dan Bylsma they might want to watch out the next time the teams face off on Dec. 16 at Scotiabank Place because it could get rough.
Murray sounded off after Bylsma and Crosby, speaking in Montreal Saturday night...
OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators today recalled forward Nikita Filatov and reassigned forward Stéphane Da Costa to the club’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Binghamton Senators.
Filatov, 21, has registered 12 points (seven goal...
Sidney Crosby may be OK with head shots as long as they're done with elbows on Senator Nick Foligno.
You just have to expect elbows to the head in hockey. The NHL will even name you Star of the...
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Jason Spezza scored twice, including his 200th regular-season goal, to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 4-3 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday night.
Jason Spezza scored twice, including his 200th regular-season goal, to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 4-3 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday.
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