DETROIT >> Toronto Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle complained about how much Wings interfere.
“It seemed like there wasn’t a lot of space out there,” Carlyle said. “They had a job to do, as far as checking. I thought interference was supposed to be called in the NHL. Tonight was a clear-cut difference maker in that for us. We felt there was a lot of interference.
“You’ve got give them credit, they disguised it,” Carlyle added. “They did a better job than we did. And they got some opportunities and scored some timely goals. When you are into forecheck, they step in front of people, holding people up.”