Burke rips Canes' post-win celebration again: 'It's bush league and I hate it'

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Brian Burke reiterated his disdain for the Carolina Hurricanes' post-victory behavior when asked Saturday night about the team's latest celebratory moves.

The former NHL executive-turned broadcaster once again expressed his displeasure with the Hurricanes while watching a replay of what they did after beating the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday.

"I don't like these postgame celebrations, but the more choreographed and the planning that goes into these ... the mascot's in this! The mascot's playing 'Duck, Duck, Goose' with the players," Burke said on Sportsnet. "So, I don't get it. I think it's bush league. If they want to keep doing it in Carolina, fine. I think it's bush league (and) I hate it."

When asked what he'd want to see them do, Burke's answer was brief but direct.

"I want to see them skate, salute the fans, the Icelandic clap is fine, and then get off the ice!"

Burke first complained about the subject back in November, when he called the storm surge part of the celebration "peewee garbage."

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