Don Cherry and Mike Milbury Are Two Blowhards Who Speak To Hear Themselves Speak

February 7th, 2011 by Shawn Owens Leave a reply »
Daniel Paille received a four-game suspension from the NHL for his hit on Dallas Stars Raymond Sawanda. 

After the game, Bruins Veteran defenseman Andrew Ference said in the press “It’s a bad hit, right? That’s what they’re trying to get rid of.  You can’t be hypocritical about it when it happens to you, then say it’s fine when your teammate does it.

"It’s a hit they’re trying to get rid of. You hear it from every player after they do it. They feel bad. Same thing. I talked to Danny and he feels bad. It’s tough. That backchecking forward, to make those kinds of hits, it’s so hard to do it in a clean fashion with the new rules.’’

Ex Bruin Coach and Bruin player Mike Milbury said this about the above quote by Ference: “Keep it to yourself, Andrew Ference. Let [Paille] know sometime later down the line. Tell him, ‘Hey, you can’t do that. That’s what we’re trying to get out of the game.’ See him in a quiet corner.

"If he does it five or six times, if he’s out of line, then it’s time for someone else, ...

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