It was MacLean straight-to-camera, alone.
The sports commentator has been hosting the "Hockey Night in Canada" segment for 33 seasons.
He also said sorry for not catching it immediately and saying something on air.
The "Hockey Night in Canada" commentator used the term "you people" and sparked immediate backlash.
"He loved the game."
Hockey fans don't feel they're seeing enough of one-half of "Coach's Corner" — and it may not be the guy you expect. A new
Does digital activism against MacLean, Cooke, and Sterling provide real tools to force change? Or, is it merely a technologically-enabled show of customer-generated publicity that is either entirely self-serving or destined to be co-opted by the very sports-entertainment businesses against which its putative anger is aimed? I say the plusses win out.
Sochi will be a different Winter Games for Jennifer Heil -- and for all Canadian citizens watching the Olympics. While the
Don Cherry’s Saturday night comment regarding female reporters in male locker rooms has landed him in some hot social media
Don Cherry's regressive rhetoric betrays Canada's reputation as a nation of inclusiveness and cultural tolerance. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has tolerated this treatment for too long. Don Cherry's distasteful diatribes belong in hockey's past, not in the Canadian national pastime's present or future.