“I guess we still have hope (he will play on Sunday),” he told Samantha Pell of The Washington Post. “I mean, it was a hockey hit for me. If it’s a suspending game, then all the shots will really have to be removed because he didn’t take steps, he didn’t direct his head, a player was against the boards, he was upright and Tom hit him hard. I hope the player is fine, but for me the call I think was right on the ice last night. This hit happens so many times in the course of the game when someone hits someone against the boards and that’s why I think we still hope that Tom will be available to us.
Good thing Lavioleta doesn̵
The head coach of Caps has clearly indicated where he stands in Wilson’s reckless play and he is an accomplice in everything that the Washington player has decided to do from now on.
As for Carlo, he was released from the hospital on Saturday morning.
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