"That's why Holmstrom is so effective - he stands outside the line," Bowman said. "When I was in Detroit we had a lot of goals called back and I would say to him, 'You can't make it close (for the referees). Don't make it close.'
"I'd say, 'If that's the line, Tomas, you do a better job when you're out a foot. You block his view more and the goalie can't look around you.' We were tough on him because when he first started he would tumble into the goalie."
I went looking for this in the archives only to discover that I saved it but never actually posted it. Grrr.