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Brashear Strikes Again

Believe it or not, Donald Brashear is still playing hockey.  He's currently competing in a semi-pro league in Quebec.  At age 41, Brashear is clearly over the hill.   But this clip from last night shows he's still pretty good at sucker-punching opposing players:

 

Once an idiot, always an idiot.

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tuxedoTshirt's avatar

Welcome to litigation *#$%@&.

Posted by tuxedoTshirt from the Home of the 1937 World Champions on 01/12/13 at 05:01 PM ET

Peter10's avatar

Looks like Bertuzzi vs Moore

Posted by Peter10 from Germany on 01/12/13 at 05:15 PM ET

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If anyone ever doubted he was an idiot this should remove all doubt.  “Roid Rage?

Posted by 13 user names on 01/12/13 at 05:18 PM ET

scotts0's avatar

Seriously, what is his problem?

Posted by scotts0 from New York on 01/12/13 at 05:26 PM ET

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weirdly similar to bertuzzi on moore. even placement on ice.

Posted by letsmakeit12 on 01/12/13 at 05:33 PM ET

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P.O.S.

Posted by timbits on 01/12/13 at 08:51 PM ET

The Hurricane's avatar

Jail. Period.

Posted by The Hurricane on 01/13/13 at 02:26 AM ET

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Tasca's Take is written by Joe Tasca. Born and raised in Westerly, Rhode Island, Joe works as a broadcaster for seven radio stations in southern New England. Whether that's a testament to his on-air ability or because he has a desparate need for money is debatable.

Joe spends his summers playing golf, enjoying the beauty of Misquamicut Beach, and wining and dining girls who are easily awed by the mere presence of a radio personality. During the winter months, he can usually be found taking in a hockey game somewhere in North America. In the spring, he spends much of his time in botanical gardens tiptoeing through the tulips, while autumn is a time to frolic with his golden retrievers through piles of his neighbors’ leaves.