Some high school hockey players in Nova Scotia decided to have a little fun with the team’s glossy program. But school administrators weren’t laughing, and as a result have given their coach the hook.
The HALIFAX CHRONICLE-HERALD reports that Lockview coach Kevin Brown was fired after complaints about content in the program’s player biographies. Attendees at the last two Lockview Dragons home games were treated to some risque reading:
One player’s bio says he enjoys “some meat between his buns.” Another’s says he likes hunting and fishing and warns women that he shares his bed with a huge weapon.
A third player’s write-up says he “could be coming into your mouth sooner than you think as he seeks a profession in dental hygenics (sic) in the near future.”
Another bio refers to a player’s desire to visit pop singer Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch.
And another caption says a player wants to become a motivational speaker for the hearing impaired.
Too bad the Writers’ Strike ended so quickly. Well, if the Lockview kids’ NHL careers don’t pan out, there’s always room on Howard Stern’s staff.
(Heh-heh, we said “staff”.)