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07-09-2010, 10:24 PM
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but your point is right on.
he also fought with team mates in Montreal. They despise him there, especially his former Belarussian friends the Kostitsyn Brothers, he fought with Blake and Beauchemin, in Toronto. and obviously Goose thinks that's a great locker room presence. Players in Montreal felt he was a me player after he abandoned the team in phoenix to go see his agent in LA to complain about his playing time, and went public about how he deserved to play over the Kostitsyn Brothers.
I guess Goose doesn't care though, to him hes a great influence
And you were trying to lecture me about hyperbole? Give your head a shake.
He's not the greatest role model, but there certainly as bad as you make him out to be. 'Infecting the locker room'? Right.
So I guess Schenn and Orr are terrible locker influences because they fought with one another? As well as Moore and Finger and just about every player who's fought in practice, right? In the heat of the moment, things happen. You'd have to be stupid not to expect fights to be a normal occurence during practices.
On the Beauchemin incident:
Wilson added that Grabovski, who has one goal in the last 13 games, might be frustrated with his lack of offence.
“It happens. It’s hockey,” he said. “Sometimes they get upset with themselves and it leads to a minor skirmish. But it’s nothing more than that.”
But I guess the coach of the team doesn't know anything, does he now?
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