Brandon Prust Calls Paul MacLean a Walrus

Jan 23, 2012, Los Angeles, CA, USA; Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean during the game against the Los Angeles Kings at the Staples Center. The Kings defeated the Senators 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

After last night’s devastating hit to Lars Eller of the Montreal Canadiens in their game against the Ottawa Senators, both teams have been very vocal about how they feel about the hit. The comments that stirred up the most controversy were those said by Paul MacLean, coach of the Senators. MacLean blamed Canadiens defensman Raphael Diaz for passing Eller the puck in a dangerous area when he wasn’t looking. MacLean also said that the hit was just a hockey play that went bad for Eller.

The Canadiens were not happy about this comment from MacLean. Coach Michel Therrien called the comments disrespectful which is his opinion and it’s fine to voice an opinion. Where the Canadiens lost me was when Brandon Prust started talking about the comment:

“We don’t really care about what that bug-eyed, fat walrus has to say.”

When you say something like that, it doesn’t matter what the other guy said, its uncalled for. Prust did not have to personally attack MacLean. He was obviously angry about what MacLean said but that doesn’t mean you call the guy a fat walrus. What we have here is another guy in the playoffs who doesn’t know how to control his emotions. Last year it was Sidney Crosby talking about the Philadelphia Flyers in his famous “I don’t like them” interview, but that wasn’t even close to as classless and childish as Prust’s comments about MacLean. Prust is a grown man, he should have stopped calling people names in the 5th grade.

What do you think? Did MacLean go too far? Did Prust go to0 far? Share your thoughts in the comment box below, on facebook, on twitter (@kcapp22 or @TMMotS), or by email ([email protected]).

Topics: Brandon Prust, Eric Gryba, Lars Eller, Michel Therrien, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Paul MacLean, Playoffs, Raphael Diaz

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  • Louis ck

    he’s a fat walrus. It wasn’t uncalled for.

  • Louis ck

    Fatter than fat

  • Louis ck

    He’s actually so fat we can’t even see his bugged eye.

  • Louis ck

    And that’s not considering the cum he got as a birthday gift.

  • Patrick Helper

    Let me raise this question. If the hit didn’t happen would we have such great banter? This type of back and forth is part of what make the NHL Playoffs great

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.d.kryk John Denver Kryk

    Yes – and Prust offended Walruses everywhere. How insensitive? Think about the families of those walruses being compared to that troglodyte MacLean. Sorry troglodytes!

    • Rudy Martinez

      Kryk, you Kryked me, man. I’m almost falling out of my stool laughing.

  • Rudy Martinez

    Whats up with the refs in all of this years playoffs? On one of the game winning Ottawa goals against the Habs, an Ottawa player was holding Price’s stick while he was prone on the ice. Whats up with that? And dudes, I’m no Habs fan. I still have it in for them for breaking into the Kings locker room during the Stanley Cup in 93 to measure sticks, but hey, fair is fair….Look at the replay. As the puck goes in, an Ottawa player is holding Price’s stick.

  • Rudy Martinez

    He looks more like a 19th century constable or Mountie or something.

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