Friday, January 18, 2008

Bad Blood or just business?

We thought we may see it with the affiliation with Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, friends one day, enemy's the next, but tonight in Norfolk, former Nailer teammates Adam Henrich and Paul Bissonnette fought each other at 11:18 in the second period tonight. Bissonnette dropped Henrich with a right to the back of the head.
Henrich has a birthday tomorrow, maybe this is Bissonnette's way of saying happy birthday Henny...
Bissonnette was in the starting lineup for the WBS Penguins tonight.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish I could have seen it. I wonder if it was a fight between friends for show, or a fight to see what side was better.

Either way, I vote for bissonnette.

Anonymous said...

srry adam

but beat him up paul


ilove you


who won

Anonymous said...

We need Biss back in Wheeling to beat up guys still on team!! Losing 8-1 shows that although we have stepped up to the play level of lowly Johnstown & Trenton, we are still no match for a "real" hockey club.

Anonymous said...

yeah, it makes me wonder if a coach was really the cure when in reality there is no team chemistry. we suck.

Anonymous said...

makes me want Glenn Patrick back... he never lost two games in a row so badly... we have been outscored in our last three games 17-2. Not only is defense sucking, but we can't even light the lamp. We're in trouble.

Anonymous said...

Needed a new coach the team seems happier and the aren't hanging there heads down when entering and exiting the ice now !!!! wHO WANTS A COACH THAT IS BOOED BY HIS OWN FANS

Anonymous said...

We might have to bust out the bags again with one more lopsided loss and if we keep losing, expect the boo birds out with this coach too.

Anonymous said...

I was at the game last night in Elmira and we had the same amount of shots as you, but you gave up way too many quality shots. It didn't even look close to tell you the truth. It was like watching an ECHL team vs a MAHL team.

Anonymous said...

Give the coach a chance. you can't honestly make those decisions yet untill the players learn to listen to him. and at that point when they are responding and still are losing then go for it.

Anonymous said...

Waving Leroux shows that Puhalski does have some hockey sense. Too slooowwwww to keep up with speedy forwards and wouldn't hit my grandmother if she was on skates, this move was overdue. Let's see if Coach P. keeps the fire lit or if he is just blowing smoke.

Anonymous said...

i think it was more mutual than anything from what i hear.

Todd said...

hey, Johnstown and Dayton had a good game... maybe i'm drunk and in Johnstown... should be in Wheeling though. We're going to Hooters. Rock.