Esposito brothers split on how much Boston-Chicago final means

Canadian former professional ice hockey player Phil Esposito salutes as he walks on ice during the...

Canadian former professional ice hockey player Phil Esposito salutes as he walks on ice during the starting ceremony for an exhibition ice hockey game to mark the anniversary of USSR-Canada 1972 summit series in Moscow, February 25, 2012. (REUTERS/Grigory Dukor)

STEVE SIMMONS, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:33 PM ET

You would think Phil Esposito, hockey man, might be more than a little pumped that his Boston Bruins are playing his Chicago Blackhawks for the Stanley Cup.

Well, think again.

"You want to know the truth," said Esposito, the fifth-leading goal scorer in hockey history. "This series doesn't mean s*** to me.

"I have no feeling for these teams. There's nothing emotional about it. They both got rid of me, traded me. So screw them.


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