Found November 12, 2012 on
Days of Y'Orr:
Ladies & gentlemen, we believe we have a new contestant for Douche of the Year Award. And that new nominee is Tom Sestito Chip's agent, Scott Norton, who apparently is an awful human being and almost as irrelevent as his AHL client:
Good news! Stay out of @tomsestito23 way next time “@murphyslaw74: Agent: Nathan Horton healthy, ready to play espn.go.com/blog/boston/br…”
— Scott Norton (@NortonSports) November 10, 2012
Ah, yes. Let's steal the GOP's reasoning and blame the victim for the crimes against them. Clearly Horton shouldn't have let Sestito "Matt Cooke" him there. Clearly. Norton goes on to say that the hit was clean and legal. We imagine Norton's face looked a lot like this as he was writing that tweet:
Here's the hit.
Clean as Greg's toilette after he ate Indian. Norton also went on to point out Bruins players who have injured other players because every hit that leads to injury is the...
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