Allan Walsh, agent for center Derick Brassard, told the Columbus Dispatch that he isn't demanding a trade for his client from the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Instead, he decided to throw a Molotov cocktail at Coach Scott Arniel for making Brassard a healthy scratch in seven of the last 10 games, including tonight's tilt against the Calgary Flames.
Via Aaron Portzline of Puck-Rakers, the Walsh missive:
"While I have tremendous respect for (general manager) Scott Howson and the rest of Columbus' management team, the situation regarding Derick Brassard has become untenable. The coach has a history of burying players and using them as scapegoats to mask his own lack of success on the ice. Derick has been singled out, almost from the very beginning of the season, to be the fall guy in case things don't go well. The Columbus organization cares about Derick and has been good to him, but at some point, one has to say, enough is enough."
Odd, because that's what Arniel has said in relegating Bras...