Bruins Ference Says Finger To Montreal Fans Was Accident
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“I think my glove got caught up,” Ference said. “I can assure you that’s not part of who I am or what I ever have been.”
Ference made an obscene gesture to the capacity crowd of 21,273 after he drove a slap shot past Carey Price midway through the second to draw Boston to 3-2.
“It looks awful, I admit it,” said Ference. “I completely apologize about how it looks.”
“I’m shocked, and I don’t know whether it happened or what,” Bruins coach Claude Julien said after the game. “I’d be very surprised, that’s not his style at all.”
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