Ever since the 1980's, Don Cherry has been the cornerstone of CBC's "Coach's Corner."
Through the years, he has become a Canadian icon, so much so that in 2004, Cherry was named the seventh greatest Canadian in CBC's "The Greatest Canadian" television series, ahead of such names as Wayne Gretzky, Alexander Graham Bell and Sir John A. Macdonald.
That being said, Cherry has made a few enemies, using his position on "Coach's Corner" to broadcast his sometimes-unpopular opinion. He has targeted specific people such as Brian Burke, and he has targeted entire cultures of people like French-Canadians and Russians.
Whether he is loved or hated, one thing is for sure: Don Cherry is known throughout the hockey world, and everyone has an opinion on him.
Here are nine of his most memorable "Coach's Corner" moments.