Although the newspapers in Calgary reported that King defenseman Marty McSorley had "gouged" Tim Hunter's eye Monday night in the game at Calgary, and quoted Calgary Coach Terry Crisp as saying that he was surprised to see that McSorley had not been ejected from the game, McSorley said that there was nothing unusual about the quick wrestle to the ice in which Hunter was injured. "It was just the kind of thing that happens in the course of a hockey game," McSorley said. "Those guys over there have been talking about me like that for years. In Calgary, they think I have long fangs, pointed ears and I don't sleep at night." For that fight, in which Hunter fell to the ice and covered up, McSorley received 4 penalty minutes for roughing. That was at 5:50 of the period. His 10-minute misconduct penalty occurred much later.