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SportsPulse: Mackenzie Salmons sits with previous NHL goalie and NHL Network expert Kevin Weekes to discuss the level of play throughout the Stanley Cup Finals= and whether the winner should have an asterisk in the record books.An uncomfortable event in which next-door neighbors called authorities as Devon Garnett shrieked at the tv throughout Computer game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final became a decent night for the Tampa Bay Lightning fan.He was invited to a Computer game 4 Lightning watch celebration at Amalie Arena on Friday night and not only did he get to see the Lightning win 5-4 in overtime to take a 3-1 series lead, he had a present and an apology waiting on him when he got home.Police had really been called by the neighbors after Garnett yelled,” Shoot,”– as in shoot the puck– at the television throughout Wednesday night’s game. “( Lightning defenseman Victor) Hedman was trying to do a little toe drag or something and I desired him to shoot the puck, so I just shouted out, ‘Shoot. Shoot, ‘” Garnett told WKRN TV.
Constable’s workplace spokesperson Natalia Verdina informed the Tampa Bay Times that the next-door neighbor thought there was a domestic argument.
” 4 deputies responded and found there were no domestic problems at the house in concern,” Verdina informed the paper. “It was a roomie shrieking at the TELEVISION in regards to a Lightning video game.”
At Friday night’s watch celebration, Garnett tweeted an image of him satisfying Hockey Hall of Famer Dave Andreychuk.He similarly tweeted
video of himself cheering his group on in the stands. “I get to yell as loud as I prefer and not get (in )problem, “he tweeted.When he got home, there was some beer by his door, along with this note:” Sorry about Wednesday night LOL. I grew up around a great deal of domestic violence and I lawfully believed someone was going to get shot LOL. Best of luck to the Lightning. Nevertheless I’ll be seeing the NBA Finals LOL.” Garnett, a former football player, thanked the next-door neighbor for the beer.” Oh my God, “he mentioned in a Twitter video
, “this night may not get any much better. Go Bolts!” Facebook Email