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  • November 5, 2018
    Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn. [b]Authentic Ohio State Jerseys[/b] .ca. Good day, Kerry! I was watching the Panthers/Capitals shootout on Tuesday night and I got to thinking about what was going to happen once each bench had all been used up. Low and behold it all worked out fine and they were able to go through their roster again after everyone had a shot, but what if someone couldnt shoot before the end of the first go through? Say perhaps that someone had been given a game misconduct, left hurt, or the less likely scenario of playing one player short for salary cap purposes. What would happen after Team A had let 17 shooters go and their 18th player was unavailable? Would they be able to go back to Player 1 while Team B was forced to use player 18? This seems like a lopsided solution if it is the case! What is your interpretation of this rule? I sure hope that if the shootout ends up staying for much longer, we have a lot more games that run through this many shooters! Cheers, Corey Corey: The record setting 20-round shootout win by Roberto Luongo and the Florida Panthers over Braden Holtby and the Washington Capitals was highly entertaining for sure. We saw fantastic saves by both goalies (sometimes with a little help from the iron) along with clutch goals scored by players of both teams in order to keep the shootout going. With the rally caps on backwards, both teams went completely through the batting order and two players shot twice before Nick Bjugstad bested Alex Ovechkin in the bottom of the 20th. Unless the outcome is determined by the first three shooters all remaining eligible players from each team can participate in the sudden death format. No player may shoot twice until everyone who is eligible has shot. All players are eligible unless they are serving a ten-minute misconduct, or have been assessed a game misconduct or match penalty. When a goalkeeper has been assessed a misconduct, the player designated to serve the misconduct penalty becomes ineligible for the shootout. If the misconduct is assessed to the goalkeeper during the course of the shootout, the player designated to serve the misconduct must be a player who has yet to shoot and thus becomes ineligible. To clarify, any player that was serving a minor, double minor or major penalty when the overtime period expired is eligible to participate in the shootout. You might also have noticed that prior to the start of the 19th round in the Panthers-Caps shootout, referees Tim Peel and Rob Martell took a moment to confer with the penalty time keeper to make sure every eligible player from both teams had taken a shot. This speaks to your question Corey concerning a potential imbalance of eligible players, which I will now address. Corey, your concern regarding the unfairness attributed to a possible numerical difference between the two rosters is clarified in rule 84.4. “If, because of injury or penalty, one team has fewer players eligible for the shootout, both teams may select from among the players who have already shot. This procedure would continue until the team with fewer players has again used all eligible shooters.” This is interpreted to mean that if Team A has only 16 eligible shooters compared to Team B’s 18 eligible shooters, once they enter the 17th round both teams are allowed to select a player that has already participated in the shootout. Team B is therefore not required to utilize the 17th and 18th shooters on their depth chart. Given the entertainment value that the shootout provides, I don’t think we have to worry about it being discontinued any time soon, if ever. [b]Maurice Clarett College Jersey[/b] . The Red Sox maintained a share of the AL wild-card lead Tuesday night, using four home runs to beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-7 and set up a dramatic conclusion to the regular season. The skidding Red Sox were 6-19 this month before rebounding to edge the last-place Orioles. [b]A. J. Hawk College Jersey[/b] .Heres Ralph the Dog with the crew here at TSN jumping into the James Duthie TradeCentre selfie: Happy to drop by! RT @TSN_Sports: @tsnjamesduthie: Take this Ellen.SAN DIEGO -- It was an emotional day for Shelby Miller, who said goodbye to friend and teammate Joe Kelly and then went out and helped the St. Louis Cardinals rebound from their ugliest loss of the season. Miller and three relievers combined on a three-hitter, and Oscar Taveras hit a two-run homer for the St. Louis Cardinals, who beat the San Diego Padres 6-2 Thursday to avoid a three-game series sweep. The victory came hours after the Cardinals traded Kelly and Allen Craig to Boston for right-hander John Lackey. Miller teared up afterward while talking about Kelly. "Thats a tough one for all of us, to lose two guys like that, especially Joe for me," Miller said. "I grew up with him and came up through the farm system with him. Hes going to do well there. I wish him all the best." Miller (8-8) held San Diego to two runs and three hits in six innings. He struck out five and walked none in his first win since June 7. St. Louis roughed up rookie Odrisamer Despaigne a day after playing what manager Mike Matheny called the teams ugliest loss of the season, a 12-1 defeat Wednesday night. "Theyre pros," Matheny said. "I mean, things are going to happen in our lives that weve just got to be able to compartmentalize. These days here I think prove the toughness that these guys develop through the season. You have to put it aside and get the job done." Taveras connected with two out in the second, sending a drive to right for his second homer. But St. Louis 2-0 quickly evaporated. Jedd Gyorko, on a tear since returning Monday from a 44-day stay on the disabled list, homered to right off Miller with one out in the bottom half. It was Gyorkos second in two games and seventh overall. Will Venable homered to right with two outs, his fifth. "There were a couple of solo homers there that got him on the edge a little bit, and then he stepped in and started making some really nice pitches," Matheny said. "I saw him driving the ball down through the bottom of the zone. He pitched a little more." Said Venable: "I didnt see a pitch fromm him other than a fastball and it was a good one. [b]Malik Hooker College Jersey[/b]. He just pitched well. When you are aggressive with your fastball you have the option of going to your off-speed stuff. It wasnt like we were beating him on his fastball. We hit a couple of them but he was doing what he wanted really." St. Louis jumped in front again on Matt Hollidays two-run single in the third, and Peter Bourjos added an RBI single in the sixth. Despaigne (2-3) allowed six runs and nine hits in 5 2-3 innings. He won his first two starts but is 0-3 in his last five outings. TRADES Cardinals: St. Louis got Lackey in exchange for Kelly and Craig. Lackeys first start with the Cardinals will come during a series against his former Red Sox teammates in St. Louis from Tuesday through Thursday. Padres: Outfielder Chris Denorfia was traded to Seattle for outfielder Abraham Almonte, who will report to San Diego on Friday, and right-hander Stephen Kohlscheen, who will report to Triple-A El Paso. Almonte was Seattles opening-day starter in centre. TRAINERS ROOM Padres: Catcher Yasmani Grandal was scratched because of some fluid that built up in his right knee, which was surgically repaired last year after a collision at the plate. "When he squatted in the bullpen, it shifted to the back of the knee and it sort of buckled him a bit," manager Bud Black said. "He was in quite a bit of pain squatting." Black said Grandal should be fine to catch Friday night against Atlanta. ON DECK Cardinals: Adam Wainwright (13-5, 1.92 ERA) gets the ball in the opener of an important home series against NL Central-leading Milwaukee on Friday night. Wainwright Is 10-6 with 2.19 ERA in 27 career games against the Brewers. Padres: Eric Stults (3-13, 5.22 ERA) pitches in the opener of a weekend set against Atlanta. The left-hander has won only once in last 13 starts. SURGING GYORKO Gyorko is 7 for 14 in five games since being reinstated from the DL, including two homers, a double and six RBIs. He has 30 career homers, tying him with Mark Loretta for the franchise record by a second baseman. 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