DontToewsMeBro wrote:I think the Subban-Morrow thing is more age related than anything...I wonder if we're beginning to see less fights simply because younger players don't do it very much.
meecrofilm wrote:"Asked about the "fight," Morrow said: "Well, that's just not how you see a fight going, I guess. I wanted to stand up and throw some punches. I was just upset with how it went."
It looked like Subban tried to sneak a punch in almost before the gloves were completely off, yes?
"A little bit," Morrow said. "Usually, when you have a visor, you're respectful and you both take your helmets off. That's kind of the unwritten rule or code. I was expecting that and I'm kind of upset by it."
Question: It looked like you wanted to go again.
Morrow: "I didn't have the opportunity."
A reporter than wondered what happened in the penalty boxes and whether "I want to do it again in five" was a fairly accurate quote on what Morrow yelled to Subban:
"That's probably the PG-13 version of it, yeah.""
littlemoonboot wrote:I this team
You had me at hello, Mr. Morrow! And Doug getting a goal! I chose a turrible game to be tired and sleep UK time.
DropEmJayBird wrote:I'm sure Mark Madden will use Subban today to garner outrage by claiming the only reason for Pittsburgh fans to boo Subban is because of his skin color pretty much ignoring Subban's high stick, his turtlepunch, etc.
Every call from someone wishing to express those points will be screened, leaving only some yinzers who can't string a sentence together to make it on the air.
Madden will then switch to Steeler talk and bash James Harrison or perhaps some other football talk where he bashes Rushel Shell - and then mix in how Penguin fans are superior or something.
Users browsing this forum: mydrewbe and 5 guests