Watch for a new development in the NHL, folks. In the same way that players now turn towards the boards when they feel a hit coming--in order to draw a penalty--players will now intentionally drive an opposing player into their net and their goalie in order to draw a penalty. It sounds crazy, but after watching tonight's game, I am convinced that it is being done on purpose. At two different points in the game tonight, Oilers forward Sergei Samsonov was cross-checked into Canes goalie Cam Ward. On one of those plays, Samsonov was called for a goaltender interference penalty, even though he had done nothing wrong. And although it backfired on the Oilers, I am now pretty certain that Marc-Andre Bergeron was trying to do the same thing to Andrew Ladd in Game One. I am sure people will laugh at me for this, as it seems ridiculous that a player would put his goalie at risk for a powerplay, but players are putting their lives in jeopardy when they turn to get hit from behind, and they do it all the time. In light of this, is my idea really that insane?