The NHL reckons it’s OK for players to drop their sticks and punch each other in the face for a few minutes. But play-acting a pump shotgun after a goal? Not so much. Then again, unlike the NFL, the hockey jefes are willing to have a quiet word with New York Rangers’ forward Artem Anisimov and let this one slide. So to speak. Coach John Tortorella: “You guys all know him, he’s a great kid. I don’t think he realized what would happen in that type of situation and I don’t think that’s planned by him to go that far.” Rangers center Brad Richards: “Artie won’t do that again. He wasn’t trying to embarrass anybody. He was celebrating a nice goal but that’s what happens in hockey. We’ll all move on from that.” To what, mock grenade throwing celebrations? Meanwhile, I’m waiting for Stalingrad on Ice.