NHL goalies are an introspective sort. More than your average hockey player, they default to candor, especially when things aren't going so hot and frustration wins out.

Such was the case with Ben Bishop Tuesday night. Stars coach Ken Hitchcock's decision to yank his starting goalie at 4:04 of the second period didn't sit well with Bishop. It was a 3-2 game at the time, still quite winnable, when backup Kari Lehtonen entered in what Hitchcock said was an attempt to correct a lethargic start.

But the Stars went on to lose 5-3, and Bishop partook in a very public venting session afterward.