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After scoring a goal in Game 4, Andrew Ference of the Boston Bruins told the fans in Montreal what he and us really think of them. As a result, the NHL fined him $2,500 for making an obscene gesture. Whatever. That’s just 1/900 (0.111…%) of his $2.25 million annual salary, which he makes in just 5.4666… minutes.
“Coach just showed me it, and it looks awful,” Ference said . “I just saw it and I can assure you that’s not part of my repertoire. I don’t know if my glove got caught up. I can assure you, that’s not part of who I am or what I ever have been. So it looks awful, I admit it, I completely apologize to how it looks. You guys have covered me long enough to know that that’s not part of my repertoire. I was putting my fist in the air. I’m sorry, it does look awful. I just saw it.”
No penalty was assessed on the ice. Some may say it’s unsportsmanlike, but let’s not forget that this is a city with so much of a god complex that it flooded 911 for an accidental injury from days prior. So they earned it, since they can’t seem to be civilized themselves. Seriously, who does that?
Anyway, check below for the video: