Carolina Hurricanes: Don Cherry to Join One Last Storm Surge

VANCOUVER, BC - JANUARY 28: Team Cherry coach Don Cherry gives Bobby Orr the thumbs up during the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game January 28, 2016 at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images)
VANCOUVER, BC - JANUARY 28: Team Cherry coach Don Cherry gives Bobby Orr the thumbs up during the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game January 28, 2016 at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images) /
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RALEIGH, NC – MARCH 19: Justin Williams #14 of the Carolina Hurricanes and teammates Jordan Staal and Jaccob Slavin #74 participate in the Storm Surge following a victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins during an NHL game on March 19, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images)
RALEIGH, NC – MARCH 19: Justin Williams #14 of the Carolina Hurricanes and teammates Jordan Staal and Jaccob Slavin #74 participate in the Storm Surge following a victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins during an NHL game on March 19, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images) /

Q&A with Don Cherry (Cont)

Josh Ryan, another veteran writer here on Cardiac Cane followed up on the previous question “Which storm surge did you wish they did?”

"DC: “Everyone knows everybody loves the storm surge. They better start listening to the people who are at the game and pay the money than the twits upstairs who get in for free. I wish they did ones where they dressed in fancy expensive suits and pretended to argued on TV. And you can bet, … fans will watch every minute of them.”"

Anthony  Galavotti, our Fantasy Expert here at Cardiac Cane started off the second round of questions for the old coach; “What is your reaction when you see that a player might have showed some positive emotion in a game?”

"DC: ” I used to not understand what they were doing. After I talked to Williams I finally understood. I had a meeting with the guy, and oh what Justin said and thought was what the silent majority — the God-fearing taxpayer and the backbone of the country — thought. He said it like it was. Positive emotion, negative emotion, I now know that it is just saying what the silent majority wants!"

Dave Stevenson, a fellow site expert from PuckProse– “I’ve heard Evgeny Kuznetsov will be a part of it too! Your thoughts?”

"DC: ” I spoke to Todd Reirden, and oh, well, he told me, that he was coming down and was going to teach me how to do the bird flapping thing he does. ANYHOW, I told him that there was no way he was going to miss the game, but the Capitals clinched so, who cares what he was going to do, and he should come down and join the Carolina Hurricanes for a single day, but the NHL said no."

Todd McGee, one of our most veteran writers closed out with a final question, “Is there any chance you would wear a storm surge suit if the canes win the cup?”

"DC: “I already have a tailor working on a special suit with all the different storm surges on them. I can’t wait to wear it on my next episode with Ron. He might not appreciate it, but I do not care, I love them so much I started wearing their shorts. The Boston shorts needed to be washed eventually, and I can’t go without shorts can I?”"

It was an eye opening interview and we made sure to thank the former Boston Coach and Stanley cup finalist, as he insisted we describe him in this article, for his time. Not many FanSided blogs get this exclusive chance. Now of course had we known that that interview was going to cost us the Penguins game, perhaps we would have canceled.

Now if you are thinking “No way this is real” or “I am just not buying this”. We would like to give you our evidence of this exclusive interview with Coach Cherry by pointing the very fact that today. Of all days. Is April 1st.

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