In Game One, Brayden Schenn leaped off the ice to try and lay out Mike Richards. “It’s Game One,” Richards said to RMNB’s Chris Gordon. “You’re gonna have a chance to finish your check on him later on.”
Well, Richards didn’t have a chance to get Schenn back. But he did teach a lesson to Nick Cousins.
That lesson: Keep your head up.
Richards plastered the Flyers center at center ice right after he had jumped onto the ice after a shift change.
“That had to feel horrible,” CSN Mid-Atlantic’s Alan May said during the post-game show.
When a former Flyer destroys the Flyers pic.twitter.com/OAgpGyLaFW
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) April 17, 2016
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