28 is a Scratch

Alexander Semin did not make the trip and will not be in the lineup for Washington here in Philadelphia this afternoon. The Hershey contingent of general manager Doug Yingst, interim coach Bob Woods and radio voice John Walton arrived a few minutes ago. Yingst will join Woods behind the bench and help out as an assistant for the next few games. Hershey takes on the Phantoms here tonight after the Caps/Flyers game.

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2 Comments on “28 is a Scratch”

  1. Roger Says:

    Hi, Mike- glad you had a good holiday, and glad to see the team finally backing off from that ledge! Now that the Flyers’ game is over, I’ve got a question. (Oh, yeah- good win by the team and while it’s only one game, a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step…. ) :

    There’s posts on the official boards claiming Schultz was on the ice for and involved in Carter’s goal, even though the stats show him leaving the ice at 17:45 of the period, while the goal was scored at 17:49, and the “the stats are wrong in this case” (if they are, the Caps had 8 guys on the ice for at least :04, and no on-ice official seemed to catch it). I’m inclined to think it was Kozlov (another big guy with a 5 on his uniform) coming on the ice starting at 17:45 that was involved. Not being a CI subscriber, I don’t seem to have access to the video for any confirmation either way. Can you clarify?

  2. dumpnchase Says:

    Roger,
    It was most certainly Schultz, and that’s one of the reasons he was not in the lineup for Satuday’s game against Carolina, IMO.


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