Dan Boyle made his first public comments since being knocked out on a hit from behind by Maxim Lapierre. An event that Boyle has no recollection of.
corner to meet clearly had it back turn a lot Pierre and Lapierre hit him square in the numbers from behind which is obviously ..... abrupt separation there. I don't what's the deal when Maxim Lapierre he's got a history with this team. He doesn't charge
They were the beneficiaries of some whistles nose for the first Maxim Lapierre called for being right there Ian White. Sets up an early sharks' power play in the late in the power play time winding down
better now. That he did 48 hours ago also surprisingly he does not have terribly ill feelings. Against Montreal's maxim Lapierre who did not receive a boarding penalty but will serve a four game suspension. I'm no saint by any means I've
Dan Boyle made his first public comments since being knocked out on a hit from behind by Maxim Lapierre . An event that Boyle has no recollection of.
gonna have to come at some point obviously you can't play all 82. We've really talked much about these suspensions and Max Lapierre and certainly a lot of the Sharks players. Just want to let it go did not wanna comment or bite on that you can certainly
The NHL has spoken and the Blues will be without Maxim Lapierre for a stretch of games after his hit on Tuesday left Dan Boyle unconscious.
with Boyle a number of times, the veteran defenseman "feels great." Boyle is not experiencing any headaches, and remembers everything before getting checked from behind into the boards by St. Louis' Maxim Lapierre on Tuesday night.
Dan Boyle was hit from behind and into the boards by Blues center Maxim Lapierre and left the ice on a stretcher.
The day after sending Dan Boyle to hospital with a controversial hit from behind, Maxim Lapierre is offering up his apologies.
After Maxim Lapierre drilled San Jose's Dan Boyle from behind and sent him from Tuesday's game on a stretcher, the St. Louis Blues headknocker knew three things:
according to head coach Todd McLellan, after the defenseman was the victim of a dirty hit from behind by St. Louis' Maxim Lapierre on Tuesday. "He left and he went to the hospital, and from what I understand he's doing OK. They're going to
Here's what St. Louis Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock, and forwards David Backes and Alex Steen, and had to say about Maxim Lapierre 's hit on Dan Boyle in Tuesday night's 6-2 Sharks win.
me it's not that hard I think it's you know it seems like it's hard it seems like it's a difficult thing to do and Lapierre slashes in the back the leg and you know wants to know just like not not really that think its stupid what to do you know when
guess what second period lineup for a faceoff it's Norton and lying again. Then what can the Sox would tie the game Max Lapierre who they picked up. Get a trade late in the season. Evens it up on the from the hands of our play by anti Niemi goes around