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Don Cherry is back up to his usual antics on Hockey Night in Canada. On Saturday night he said that he doesn’t think that women should be in the locker room interviewing men. Why did he bring this up you ask? It’s because of the Duncan Keith incident that happened in Vancouver. Now I understand that he wants to defend Duncan Keith, but he could have done it like Ron MacLean, who is clearly the more intelligent of the two. The second MacLean heard Don say he didn’t think women should be in the locker room is reaction was priceless. Start the video at the 2:20 mark to see his whole opinion on the matter but here are a few of the important parts: “I don’t believe — and I really believe this — women should be in the male dressing room” “I don’t feel women are equal, I feel like they’re above us.” Grapes will be in some hot water after this one. I’m embarrassed by and for Don Cherry and for CBC. Sorry. — Karin Larsen (@CBCLarsen) April 28, 2013 [Puck Daddy Blog]
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Leave it to Don Cherry to spice up a dull Saturday night. During his regular appearance on Hockey Night in Canada, the bombastic curmudgeon opened his weekly CBC segment commenting on the controversy over Chicago's Duncan Keith who snapped at a female reporter in Vancouver earlier this week. Cherry forgetting that women have had access to locker rooms for a couple of generations...
Don Cherry has done it again and said something sure to raise the ire of hockey fans around the nation. This time, he’s taking aim at women reporters and their place in the locker room.
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