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Paul Stewart
Joined: 10.14.2013

Feb 6 @ 9:15 AM ET
Paul Stewart: Working Through Illness and Injury a Way of Life for Officials and Players
GeorgeBailey
Philadelphia Flyers
Location: CT
Joined: 08.16.2006

Feb 7 @ 8:03 AM ET
Good story. Thank you.

Did the league at least try to schedule most games close to home? Or as close as possible.
Kerry Fraser seemed to do a lot of Phi, Was and NJ/NY games.
OrrFour
Joined: 11.04.2013

Feb 7 @ 3:44 PM ET
OMG...
I missed that one on youtube.
sensmelon
Ottawa Senators
Location: Peterborough, ON
Joined: 10.07.2014

Feb 9 @ 10:05 AM ET
Working through illness and injury a way of life for every successful living organism on the planet earth
Hokeeguy9
Philadelphia Flyers
Location: Bethlehem, PA
Joined: 06.25.2012

Monday @ 11:51 PM ET
Always a good story, Stewie! Those were the days when hockey had passion, and personality. Even the officials had personality....the good ones and not so good ones. Today, it’s a sterile, soft environment. No one says anything for fear of controversy, or the press using it, in context or not, to get a story. The teams won’t even disclose an obvious injury. And finally, forvtge worse, the nasty rivalries that existed are pretty much ho hum. Boy, I miss the good old glory days of the NHL!

One question: Do you think the quality and the consistency of the officials has deteriorated over the years? To me, they’ve been awful!