Troy Brouwer isn't happy about the comments from two of his teammates criticizing the NHLPA and its stance during the lockout.
Roman Hamrlik said he was "disgusted" and suggested NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr be removed there's no season, while Michal Neuvirth supported his view and said the lockout was about "several superstars with big contracts." "Those are two guys that have never been on a conference call, never been to a meeting, never paid attention," Brouwer said. "People are going to have their own opinions but when you're fighting for something with 700 other guys, all you're doing is just making it harder to make a deal and making it harder to accomplish the things we're fighting for. For me, I think those guys selling us out, being selfish like that and making those comments ... Me being on their team, how am I going to trust them as a teammate from now on? Because you know they're not going to support players in the big scheme of things when you go and you play on the team with them; it's going to be tough to want to back those guys from now on."