I've got no problem with someone being critical of FSP for their post game coverage. I will give them much deserved credit for airing the pregame awards and post-game jersey giveaways.
That said, their intermissions have been subpar all year. Every intermission is the same: first segment - player interview, 30 secs or less, middle segment - anything BUT hockey, mostly local sports news, last segment - game recap.
Their post-game is better, but I find it to be a little disjointed and the hockey info is scattered all throughout the telecast. At the end of the game, most nights they are cutting away from the area to get to their SportsCenter rip-off show before the final horn is finished going off. They do a good job most nights of getting some lockerroom interviews before the show is over. I think many hockey fans would prefer an actual half-hour post game show of all hockey though. Televise the three stars and get one of them for a minute interview. Take a quick commericial break, then come back and do the highlights, then get the TV crew to do their warp-up. By then the lockerroom video should be availble. Maybe take some calls like the old Hockey Hotline show, but after hearing the radio callers most nights, I'm not sure that's a good idea.