Sometimes Cheaters Do Prosper

Allan Muir of Sports Illustrated recently spoke with Brett Hull about hockey rulebreaking. Hull is a self-proclaimed cheater who proudly flaunted the NHL’s blade-curve restrictions; he also discusses other ways players have bent or broken the rules for a competitive advantage.
While these transgressions pale when compared to performance-enhancing drugs and other woes currently plaguing baseball, basketball and football, Muir’s article still makes for an interesting read.

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2 Responses to Sometimes Cheaters Do Prosper

  1. J.P. says:

    I like the cut of Hull’s jib – if you don’t agree with a rule, don’t follow it. He’d make a perfect member of the Bush Administration.

  2. VT Caps Fan says:


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