NHL Player Clayton Stoner Draws Criticism for Killing Bear, Releases Statement
Minnesota Wild defenseman Clayton Stoner doesn't plan to stop hunting despite the backlash he has received after photos surfaced on social media showing him holding the remains of a grizzly bear he killed last May. CTV News reports Stoner, 28, had permits allowing him to hunt in the area where the bear was killed.
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#1 Sep 6, 2013
triphy hunters are a throw back to the sicteenth century . they need to be re educated and brought into the 21st century. their phsycotic behaviour akso needs ti be dealt with
#2 Sep 7, 2013
Crummy hockey player, and a crummy human being...
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