Ference likes to talk about Africa, not the Crosby fight -- again

While some players are content getting on the next line change, Andrew Ference is looking more globally. David Amber talks to the Bruins defenseman about his mission to Africa, his green leanings -- and, yes, the Sidney Crosby fight.

Updated: January 8, 2008, 9:37 AM ET
By David Amber | Special to ESPN.com

When he's not busy moving hulking forwards from in front of the net, Andrew Ference is busy trying to change the world. The Bruins defenseman wears a helmet on the ice and many hats off it: political activist, environmental crusader and possibly future NHL commissioner.

In this edition of Facing Off, Ference tells us what it's like to drop the gloves with Sid the Kid, how the Bruins can win back Beantown and how 10 days in Africa changed his life forever.

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