Cheeky, ain't it?
This past month, long-time Director of Hockey Operations for the NHL, Collin Campbell, stepped down from his post in place of newcomer, Brendan Shanahan.
Does anyone else think it's a little cheeky that Coli decided to resign now, just weeks before the Boston Bruins- his beloved son, Gregory Campbell's team- hoist the Stanley Cup?? (Sorry Canucks fans, but 12-1 over 2 games... c'mon)
1 more game for the Canucks! Go Canucks Go!
He probably realizes the Bruisers will lose - so he's getting out quik and takin' his cash with him - that's what I figure anyway.
Hah, you're probably right! my prediction of Boston in 7 isnt looking to great. which is great!
Yeah, that's kinda weird. But it must have been a financial move... or he's psychic! Go Leafs Go... I mean Go Canucks Go!
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