BOSTON, MA - MAY 13: Mikhail Grabovski #84 of the Toronto Maple Leafs shoves Gregory Campbell #11 of the Boston Bruins after the play in the second period in Game Seven of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 13, 2013 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
He was choking me and I bit him ... Don’t stick your hands where you shouldn’t. To be honest with you, he was choking me pretty hard to the point where I really couldn’t breathe.More quotes »
Mats Zuccarello's shootout goal lifts Rangers past Maple Leafs
James Reimer for the lone goal in the shootout and Henrik Lundqvist stopped Tyler Bozak , forced Nazem Kadri wide and denied Mikhail Grabovski as the Rangers picked up a valuable two points in a 3-2 win over the Maple Leafs at Madison Square Garden last night.Lundqvist Read more »
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Mikhail Grabovski admits to biting Hab in Feb. 9 game: report
to hit him with my other hand, but I couldn’t because he was choking me.'— Maple Leafs' Mikhail Grabovski on Max Pacioretty Mikhail Grabovski has given his former Montreal Canadiens teammates another reason to make him a target the next time they play Toronto. from CBC News Read more »
MAPLE LEAFS: Grabovski admits he bit Pacioretty
truth, or in the case of Mikhail Grabovski, the tooth, has been revealed. The Maple Leafs forward acknowledged in a published interview on Monday with the Yahoo! Sports Puck Daddy blog that he indeed put the chomp on Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty’s from London Free Press Read more »
Mikhail Grabovski on Max Pacioretty incident: 'He was choking me and I bit him'
mark of the third period. Toronto was leading the game 5-0 at the time, when Montreal forward Brandon Prust attempted a hit on Grabovski, which prompted the scrum. Pacioretty grabbed Grabovski from behind while he was engaging with Prust. Pacioretty's arm from Josh Ellis Dallas Cowboys Blog Read more »
Mikhail Grabovski on his disappointing Leafs postseason; losing Game 7; biting Pacioretty (Puck Daddy interview)
ImagesAs impressive as the Toronto Maple Leafs were in their playoff series against the Boston Bruins, Mikhail Grabovski had a different experience. The forward had just two assists and was a minus-10 for the Leafs – a performance that came after a 9-goal, from Yahoo! Sports Read more »
Thursday Morning Leafs Roundtable – Playoffs Wrap-Up
the kind of clutch saves you need from a playoff keeper to keep you in it. And despite not having totals to show for it, Mikhail Grabovski took – and withstood – an unbelievable amount of targeted, flagrant physical abuse without ever letting it slow him down. from Maple Leafs Hot Stove Read more »