When Rene Bourque plunked a puck off Brent Sutter's head during a recent practice, the Calgary Flames coach laughed it off. Jokingly, Sutter said he knew it wasn't intentional — because if Bourque had been aiming for him, he would have missed. Less forgivable is Bourque's latest faux pas. On the very first shift of Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Washington Capitals, the winger rushed into enemy territory and bear-hugged defender Dennis Wideman.
Flames' Bourque in the doghouse after loss to Capitals
Calgary Herald | Jan 4