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Canadiens winger Brandon Prust apologized Tuesday for his comment regarding referee Brad Watson, making it clear he regretted what he said after Game 2.

Brandon Prust sorry for ripping ref

The Canadiens F apologized for saying a Game 2 call was "kind of soft" and the referee "called me every name in the book." Prust says he wishes he could take back his comments and suspects he'll be talking with the league.

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