Labrador Morning | Nov 22, 2012 | 6:34

The referee is to blame...Shawn Crann stands up for Keith Russell

Premier Kathy Dunderdale is repremanding Keith Russell for his actions at a Labrador West Hockey Tournament. The Lake Melville MHA was coaching a bantam hockey team when he was suspended for six games for two incidents of gross misconduct. Here is what Dunderdale had to say about the incident, and, Shawn Crann's son Brody plays on Russell's hockey team and Shawn was at the tournament in Labrador West . He says Keith Russell was targeted and there were many issues with the referee during the games. To learn more, Labrador Morning's Colleen Connors sat down with Shawn Crann.

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