Burrows’ bite? Just a French salutation

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Burrows’ bite? Just a French salutation

‘That’s how French guys say hello to one another’
In the television replay, Patrice Bergeron’s gloved right index finger appeared to go into Alex Burrows’ mouth. Bergeron claimed Burrows then bit down on him, but Burrows denied it.
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“That’s how French guys say hello to one another,” joked Alexandre Bolduc, who centered the Canucks’ fourth line in Game 1. “You want to show respect, you put your fingers in someone’s mouth.”
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Vancouver forward Alex Burrows avoided a suspension in the Stanley Cup finals Thursday when the NHL decided it couldn’t prove he bit the finger of Boston’s Patrice Bergeron during the Canucks’ series-opening 1-0 victory.

Burrows’ bite? Just a French salutation

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In the television replay, Patrice Bergeron’s gloved right index finger appeared to go into Alex Burrows’ mouth. Bergeron claimed Burrows then bit down on him, but Burrows denied it.
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“That’s how French guys say hello to one another,” joked Alexandre Bolduc, who centered the Canucks’ fourth line in Game 1. “You want to show respect, you put your fingers in someone’s mouth.”
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JONATHAN HAYWARD/AP
Vancouver forward Alex Burrows avoided a suspension in the Stanley Cup finals Thursday when the NHL decided it couldn’t prove he bit the finger of Boston’s Patrice Bergeron during the Canucks’ series-opening 1-0 victory.
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