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Don Cherry born and raised in Kingston Ontario is known for his openness often debatable and always amusing commentary Mr Cherry can be seen weekly during the National Hockey League season He has a segment during the first intermission every Saturday on CBCs Hockey Night In Canada called the Coachs Corner Don grew up playing hockey for he was playing in the OHL by the time he was 17 Unfortunately Don never made it big but he managed to make his way around the minor league system for a good 15 years He played a few games in the NHL attended many training camps but nothing to brag about But that is where Don is different for he will brag about his days on the ice He will let every one know about his toughness grit and determination After his days as a minor league player Don was hired on as the head coach for the Boston Bruins where he experienced much success including a coach of the year award in 1976 It was in 1984 where Don found his true calling though for it was that year where he accepted a job on the popular Hockey Night in Canada Dons first controversial television interview came after the 198687 World Junior Championship game in which Canada and the Soviets had an unbelievable brawl Don condoned the on-ice violence and that it what he believes in to this very day Now it is almost as though every Saturday night Don has something new and controversial to say It is for this reason that large numbers of people tune in for the first intermission to see Coachs Corner Don has been very open with his dislike for European hockey players especially Russians Don is the owner of the Mississauga Ice Dogs of the OHL and he does not have one European player on the team Don has also been very open with regards to
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