How Do You Get a Nine-Minute Power Play in the NHL?

December 7, 2009

In a key game against the team with the number one power play in the entire league, Philadelphia Flyers forward (and current NHL suspendee) Daniel Carcillo defied the odds and gave his team the single longest penalty kill in recent memory, one that helped his team lose 8-2.

Carcillo drew the record-setting penalty thanks to a collection of cross-checks, sucker punches, and poor sportsmanship that earned him a four-game unpaid vacation from the commissioner's office earlier today.

No penalty, however, was assessed for his cheesy moustache.


Source: CSN Sports