Don Cherry is bringing his loud mouth and louder outfits south of the border.
The outspoken former coach of the Boston Bruins, who has been a fixture on CBC's "Hockey Night In Canada' telecasts for more than 25 years, will make his U.S. broadcasting debut as part of NBC's Stanley Cup playoff telecasts, the network announced Tuesday.
"In the States, they wanted me to go on one time in Pittsburgh. Jaromir Jagr, it was when he had long hair and he was with Mario Lemieux and I said, 'There's Mario and his daughter.' It didn't go over too good. That was my last time in the States."
Apparently, Cherry will be sitting next to Brett Hull. Now THAT should be great television!
I just want him to say that Canadian hockey players are the best just once....
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