"If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle."
-- Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Lucky for us, we know ourselves very, very well.
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What exactly is interference? Last night we had a mini-debate in the FTB after a goal by Spaling was waved off for goalie interference. Unlike the very technical offside review, this review is subjective, and the review plays out to fans with little or no comment by the NHL officials whom are not even present at the game anyway. The Leafs weren't the only ones to lose out on a goal for interference last night.
goal was immediately waived off, Bolts are challenging it as they do not think Callahan pushed the Ducks defender pic.twitter.com/gPkCX2QGpL— Stephanie (@myregularface) December 3, 2015
Lightning hold off Ducks, win 2-1 to snap two-game losing skid - Raw Charge
The Lightning bounce back from a bumpy ending to November with a much-needed win to start off their three-game road trip on the right foot.
Hazardous night for goalies pic.twitter.com/H5R1gZbIb7— Stephanie (@myregularface) December 3, 2015
Islanders 2, Rangers 1: Old enemies shine in first Brooklyn Brawl - Lighthouse Hockey
The first ever Islanders-Rangers game in Brooklyn lived up to it's billing as one of the very rare NBC Sports Wednesday Night Rivalry games that actually qualifies for that title.
Boyle mishandles the puck on a must-score attempt and the Isles win pic.twitter.com/cyMKL4cKTD— Stephanie (@myregularface) December 3, 2015
Depth Finally Chips In - The Copper & Blue
Oilers beat the Bruins 3-2 in a shootout
Tuukka stayed down for a while, but is staying in the game. Beleskey gets a penalty pic.twitter.com/EZMVcQnpr1— Stephanie (@myregularface) December 3, 2015