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Jody Shelley called Brandon Dubinsky a "weasel" in the HBO 24/7 preview, and now Dubinsky has fired back.
Here is what Dubinsky told Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News.
“First of all, if I was him, I’d keep my mouth shut if I don’t play, especially since I never see him on the ice.”
“He’s usually just yapping from the bench, and I guess now he’s yapping from behind the video camera. So that’s about all I have to say."
But he was not done.
“Jody Shelley - it won’t be long before he’s out of the league, because he’s a terrible hockey player."
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