Mikhail Grabovski goes on expletive-filled rant after Maple Leafs waive him (Audio)
Grabovski spent five seasons with the Leafs, but his dip in production last season (9 goals and 7 assists) made the four years and $27.5 million he had remaining on his contract too much for Toronto to handle. After learning of his release, Grabovski went on an expletive-filled tirade in an interview with TSN. The Toronto Sun transcribed the outburst, which included a lot of bad words.
“Of course I feel (expletive) sad … I played (expletive) five years here,” Grabovski said. “I’m supposed to feel upset about that. I loved it (here). … Toronto fans are the best fans in the world.
“I play in the (expletive) KHK, I make lots of (expletive) points and what’s going to happen. … He (Leafs coach Randy Carlyle) makes me (expletive) play on the fourth line and he put me in the playoffs on the fourth line and third line again. Yeah, I don’t score goals. I need to work more about that. I know that. But if you feel support from your coach … I don’t feel any support from this (expletive) idiot.”
You think the bride is worried? The NHL free agency period opens on Friday and Grabovski is only 29 years old, so he will be able to find another job. Hopefully he got all the F-bombs out of his system before the big day.
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