Normally I'd just ignore another one of Don Brennan's Konopka/Carkner puff pieces...but I just couldnt help myself after reading this:
"There’s a theory the Senators were able to come from behind to win so many games in the third period because they weren’t intimidated — opponents couldn’t push them around when protecting a lead. The presence of Carkner and Konopka was a big part of that."
Remember, when a player's worth can't be justified on merits always reach for the magical thinking.
I'd rather listen to a full day of Angry "Aaaaaaaaah uuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhh emmmmmmmm" Al paired with Don "Gambling debts (allegedly) got me this job" The Dandyman Romani...please please please resist the temptation to cite the Sun unless it's Eugene Melnyk gving an interview or something.