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from Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe,
Several years ago, former Bruins GM and coach Harry Sinden met Donald Trump. For Trump, the meeting sparked memories of the 1970 postseason clash between the Bruins and Rangers — in particular, a Game 3 dustup between Derek Sanderson and Ed Giacomin at Madison Square Garden.
During the game, Sinden and Rangers counterpart Emile Francis had words as well. Trump had an up-close look at the Sinden-Francis exchange from his premium seat near the Bruins’ bench. Decades later, Trump told Sinden what he thought at the time of the Bruins coach.
“We didn’t do anything, but we were looking and screaming at each other,” Sinden recalled of his showdown with Francis. “[Trump] said, ‘I was ready to clobber you.’ Just in the typical Trump manner, he said that to me.”
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from Sean Fitz-Gerald of the Toronto Star,
Nazem Kadri, a Canadian and a Muslim, was asked about Donald Trump on Wednesday, two days after the bombastic Republican presidential candidate urged the United States to undertake, in the name of national security, a “total and complete shutdown” of Muslims entering the country.
As a centre with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Kadri often travels to the U.S. for business. A Trump spokesman told The Associated Press the proposed shutdown would also apply to tourists. It was not immediately clear if it would apply to professional athletes, as well.
“I think he’s hurting his own campaign, to be honest,” Kadri said. “I mean, I think he’s pretty delusional. But his opinion’s his opinion.”
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So says Donald Trump in this short interview with Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada.