Found October 25, 2011 on NESN.com:
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Hockey is an emotional game, and those emotions are among the things that make the sport so appealing. But there are times when those emotions can get the best of the game's participants, and the results can generate some controversy. Such was the case earlier this month when Pittsburgh forward Arron Asham celebrated knocking out Washington's Jay Beagle in a fight with several derogatory gestures, including a sleeping motion as he skated to the penalty box. Asham was not penalized for the post-fight antics but did show remorse immediately after the game, apologizing for what he termed as his "classless"...
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