He had no problem commenting when his team was on the receiving endby ABQ Flyer
"...what happened Friday night on Long Island wasn't hockey. It was a travesty. It was painful to watch the game I love turn into a sideshow like that.
"The NHL had a chance to send a clear and strong message that those kinds of actions are unacceptable and embarrassing to the sport. It failed.
"We, as a league, must do a better job of protecting the integrity of the game and the safety of our players. We must make it clear that those kinds of actions will not be tolerated and will be met with meaningful disciplinary action.
"If the events relating to Friday night reflect the state of the league, I need to re-think whether I want to be a part of it."
--Mario Lemieux in February 2011
Guess Mario was cool with what happened in Game 3.
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- Although he didn;t come right out to the media. Pitts, Apr 18, 2012
- Hold on there, partner. ABQ Flyer, Apr 18, 2012
- I meant come apologize to you.. Pitts, Apr 18, 2012
- So in essence, he's ashamed to publicly admit what we already know?. ABQ Flyer, Apr 18, 2012
- not so much. Icer, Apr 18, 2012
- Still don't understand singling out Lemieux. Pitts, Apr 18, 2012
- Huh? Every team does that?. CaliFlyer, Apr 18, 2012
- He also propsed a detailed plan. Icer, Apr 18, 2012