Brandon Prust calls Senators coach Paul MacLean a "bug-eyed fat walrus" -

Brandon Prust calls Senators coach Paul MacLean a “bug-eyed fat walrus”

After a vicious hit by Eric Gryba on Lars Eller, the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators normally docile rivalry has escalated.  Gryba earned a two game suspension for the hit, and Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean said that Gryba shouldn’t be blamed, that Canadiens defenseman Raphael Diaz should be blamed for a bad suicide pass.  Canadiens forward Brandon Prust didn’t take too kindly to MacLean’s comments and during an interview prior to their game on Thursday night, called MacLean a “bug-eyed fat walrus.”  This series just got a whole lot more interesting.

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