Chicago Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo unleashed a late cross-check on Winnipeg's Mathieu Perreault Friday night, causing Perreault to leave the game early. Today, the NHL suspended Carcillo six games for the act.
Blackhawks forward and noted shit-stirrer Daniel Carcillo didn't appreciate Brayden McNabb's forearm in his face in last night's game, so he fought McNabb, and "won." Carcillo, a former King, then waved like a pageant queen to the Los Angeles crowd as he exited the ice. How polite!
Everything is happening: Brandon Prust will have his over-the-phone DOPS hearing today, Derek Stepan is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery for a broken jaw, and now Daniel Carcillo has received a 10-game suspension for physically abusing an official. No matter Prust's suspension, I'd say the Habs won this one,…
Rangers forward Daniel Carcillo took an early exit from Game 3 after hitting linesman Scott Driscoll as Driscoll tried to pull him away from a fight.
After Daniel Carcillo scored a goal to give the Rangers a 4-1 lead on the Flyers, he celebrated near the glass, surrounded by his teammates. One Flyers fan congratulated him with double middle fingers, right in his face. Carcillo obviously noticed.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like the Chicago Blackhawks, who seriously got under Philly's skin, as evidenced by Dan Carcillo launching himself at anything that moves, and Chris Pronger literally throwing in the towel.