mock him if you wish but he is a very informed source.
But Bieksa explained that Alex Burrows (who took more minor penalties than any other player this year) scarcely said a word of complaint to the officials all year. Kesler didn't say much either. He said the team talked extensively among themselves about not complaining and that they went out of their way to police themselves, because that's not the kind of team they want to be.
He said that on the few occasions when Max Lapierre complained to the officials, he got his ears pinned back by the players on the ice . And (our observations here) this summer, he'll likely have to find another city in which to play, partly on that account.
Edited by Jay86, 12 May 2013 - 11:35 PM.