Brandon Prust on Ottawa coach: "Don’t care what ‘bug-eyed fat walrus has to say"
posted at 5/3/2013 3:14 PM EDT
Ottawa Senators, coach Paul MacLean offered his take on whether defenseman Eric Gryba was at fault
"(If I'm Eller), I'm really mad at player 61, whoever he is, because he passed me the puck in the middle of the rink when I wasn't looking," said MacLean. "That's always been a dangerous place as far as I know. Ever since I've been playing this game, that's a dangerous place to be — bad things happen.
"I think it's a hockey play that ended up going badly for Lars Eller."
Brandon Prust of the Montreal Canadiens respectfully disagrees with that assessment, as he told the media on Friday:
“It’s a dirty hit. I’ve watched it over and over. He has the choice to hit him on his front shoulder but he chooses to go to his far shoulder. If you’re going to go across the body like that, because you don’t want that full contact, then you’re going to hit him right in the face.
“Look at all the blood all over the ice. It’s a dirty hit. He’s got a broken face, so, it’s a dirty hit.”
“Yeah, he already showed enough disrespect over there. So we don’t really care about what that bug-eyed fat walrus has to say.”
Not that this series needed any help but why not add some spice. Love the playoffs.