Found June 15, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
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What I remember most from this playoff run is the Senators up 3-2 in series and pulling Stone from the lineup and replacing him with a guy — Don Cherry (@CoachsCornerCBC) June 15, 2012 from Sweden who didn't contriubte one bit of blood, sweat or tears for the club.I can't imagine how Stone felt. So proud to set up Spezza — Don Cherry (@CoachsCornerCBC) June 15, 2012 For whatever reason, Don Cherry used today as an opportunity to heave excrement on Paul MacLean's decision to insert Jakob Silfverberg, a more accomplished and polished hockey product, for Mark Stone, a player who had a resounding 8 minutes and 43 seconds of professional experience. Despite medical evidence supporting the fact that one's vision deteriorates as they age, Don Cherry's 20/20 hindsight still seems to be working. Go figure. With his reference to Silfverberg as 'a guy from Sweden', Don's philosophy of Canadian hegemony over the rest of the hockey world has clouded hi...
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