BREAKING: Stanley Cup Playoffs Team is accused of CHEATING
If the Minnesota Wild expect to come back from down 3-1 in their first round playoff series against the St Louis Blues, they’ll need to do it with the players that got them there in the first place.
Interesting piece of paper from Michael Russo, NHL & Minnesota Wild insiders, that reports one NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs team is accused of cheating.
As the Minnesota Wild are dominating in the faceoffs dots, the St. Louis Blues are accusing them of cheating.
“They cheat a lot,” Vladimir Sobotka told to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “We need to adjust to that and try to cheat more, too.”
During last game, many times linesman had to recall faceoffs. The clashes between the linesmen and centers were magnified.
“I know it slowed the pace of the game up quite a bit, but the linesmen were just trying to make the faceoffs as fair as possible,” said former Wild player Kyle Brodziak.
“We’re trying to do what we can to equal the advantage, and we feel there’s been some cheat on the other side,” Yeo said Friday.