During his breakout with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Michael Bunting
gained a major reputation as both an incredible player, but a massive pest, and it appears nothing has changed since his departure.
A training camp pest
According to a recent report, Bunting, who joined the Carolina Hurricanes this summer, has been up to his old tricks, and for the second time in camp already, it's caused a confrontation.
Unsurprisingly, for the second time, this confrontation has come with Brendan Lemeiux, who is also considered to be a major pest throughout the league.
Bunting and Lemieux having a not-so-pleasant exchange for the second time in camp. Burns intervenes.
Not their first meeting
Equally unsurprisingly, these two have met on the ice before, as they've exchanged words several times throughout their careers, but now, as teammates, it appears nothing has changed.
Things like this are commonplace during training camp, as players are looking to make a name for themselves, and while it doesn't look good on the surface, this is getting both players ready for the season, so it could be a good sign for the upcoming campaign.
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