Remembering Pat Quinn: watch him break down his (in)famous hit on Bobby Orr

By Adam Proteau

The passing of NHL great Pat Quinn Sunday night has brought back into focus his famous on-ice run-in with Bruins icon Bobby Orr – and in this rarely-seen interview, Quinn breaks down the incident and its short-and-long-term aftermath. More

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