Agent Allan Walsh took to Twitter to criticize Bruins broadcaster Jack Edwards for saying that it was a "little bit of bad hockey karma” when Stars defenseman Roman Polak was injured trying to make a hit.
Polak was stretchered off the ice during the second period of Thursday’s game against the Bruins after going headfirst into the boards. He was chasing after Boston forward Chris Wagner.
On the NESN broadcast, immediately after Polak went down, analyst Andy Brickley said: “That looked self-induced, didn’t it?”
And here's Bruins announcer Jack Edwards casually calling Roman Polak's injury "bad hockey karma" just before he was taken off the ice on a stretcher pic.twitter.com/lOdlJZPSfw— Mark Powell (@jim_joyce_hater) October 4, 2019