Thread: Ribeiro's act
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04-11-2004, 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by TJF
Now I can see why Koivu actually swung at him. There's no question that Saku has been a class act his entire career, he plays with discipline and is a leader. When I first heard about the story between Koivu and Ribeiro I actually thought Koivu was wrong for doing what he did because he is the captain and Ribeiro is one of the younger players on the team. But just seeing what Ribeiro did in one game and than call the entire Bruins bench over like he's Donald Brashear just shows that he has a lot of learning to do still. Hopefully Saku will knock some sense into him because Ribeiro is a talented player but there's no need for all those extra antics.
I can tolerate his faking, but the calling on his entire team=deathwish. If it was Langdon who can put up a fight, makes sense, but Ribs, you put them in the net, that's how you shut people up, not by acting tough, remember you are 5 foot nothing.

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