On Sunday, Pittsburgh Penguins co-owner Mario Lemieux made headlines by releasing a statement in response to this past Friday's massive brawl-filled game between the Penguins and New York Islanders.
In the statement, Lemieux mentioned unhappiness at how the league handled disciplinary actions for the fight and his displeasure at the state of the league.
Everyone had their own opinion on his statement. One of the players involved in the brawl was Islanders enforcer Zenon Konopka. The league investigated whether his part warranted a suspension as well, but decided it did not.
Konopka did not appreciate Lemieux's statement. He had his own response to 66.