Havlat will not B wary

CHRIS STEVENSON -- Ottawa Sun

, Last Updated: 8:52 AM ET

For Martin Havlat, sorry seems to be the hardest word.

At least when it comes to Bruins defenceman Hal Gill.

Havlat, the Senators winger who was suspended five games for kicking Gill in the groin Oct. 15, doesn't have any plans to apologize.

WON'T TALK TO GILL

"I'm not going to talk to him unless he wants to talk to me," Havlat said yesterday. "I apologized to my teammates. It wasn't the smartest thing I've done."

The Senators will travel to Boston this afternoon to face the Bruins tomorrow night.

"They gave me five games and I've done my time," said Havlat, who said he didn't expect any extra attention from the B's in the first meeting since the incident. "Every game is the same. You have to be aware of the other players. It's the same game for me like the last one and another 70 games."


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