Briere: Kings' Cup win 'tough to watch'
Know a lot of guys have a hard time out watching the playoffs when when they're not involved did you watch much of the the Devils kings that series to be honest now. It was a day attic. Thank you said it's -- to watch. You know I am I I watched -- game number six -- watch about half the game that's all I saw. I was very impressed by the way the -- play. Obviously they were up or nothing by the time -- turn it -- but. Not the same time happy. The guys had the chance to play with in the past. -- big achievement in. At the same time you know it feels like you know they were here hopefully we've we've brushed off thoughts on the good side -- and I do weight on them and I guess I'm really happy that Mike Richards and Carter I guess three really leniency in the -- but I mean -- and -- it's hard to believe that really a year today. And you win the Stanley Cup you scratch your head and say wow I mean that's that that's sports for you you know there's ups and downs and when when you think your guy you're hitting. Deep in the bottom of the barrel sometimes. Something unexpected might turnaround. You know. And look back on my own career when I was traded from from Phoenix the Buffalo you know you go from one that. This city where it's sunny and it's nice outside too bad city where its always going. But it turned out to be the best things in my career so you always have to look on them on the bright side he even looking back at that trade a year ago when he gets trade that. That worked really well for us for both teams for all players involved as well so it's that it's good thing.
Lisa Hillary caught up with Danny Briere to discuss the LA Kings' Stanley Cup win and the trades of Mike Richards, Jeff Carter and Simone Gagne. 6/16/12