Burdyshaw is a big reason Perry got the game changing run at the end of the third quarter with his 3 pointer from the corner. But he also added a pair of free throws to start the fourth and then converted a three point play with a slashing drive down the paint, a basket and a free throw for a 44 38 lead. While Riverside (0 2) narrowed the gap to three points at 45 42 a short while later on a layup by Adam Hockman, the Beavers spent most of the fourth quarter down by five or more points. "Our kids are very emotional," first year Riverside coach Adam May said. "They get really down on themselves when things go bad, and they are very high when things go good. "You could see it. They hit that 3 in the corner, and you can feel the air go out of the room. . It's that roller coaster of emotion, and it's really tough to play basketball that way." The game was close throughout most of the evening, with Perry leading, 13 12, after one quarter, the teams tied at 24 at the half and the game knotted for most of the third quarter. Then Perry made its game changing run. Senior Chandler Smith had eight of his team high 14 points in the first quarter, but went to the bench midway through the frame with his second foul and didn't regain his shooting stroke the rest of the night. May said mental toughness and being in the right spots consistently are what is hurting his team right now. The importance of those two aspects, he said, make Riverside the best team each night out or the worst team. "Once we're better there, we'll be all right," May said. Besides Burdyshaw's 19 points, the Pirates got 16 from junior Anthony Keipert and 12 from senior Ian Illig. About the only thing Perry didn't do as planned was finish strong. The Pirates missed four free throws in the final 15 seconds that could have made it a double digit win. 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We knew it was coming. I think it comes from when they're playing minor hockey. There's nobody that sees more minor hockey than me. What they do, they turn their backs. Nine of 10 guys, they don't hit them. But that 10th guy, he gets him. I've never seen so many concussions it's sad. SUN: Do you think there were a lot of guys playing concussed back in the day? CHERRY: We couldn't afford to have concussions back in those days. You got your bell rung, you got back out there. If you were dizzy and kind of wobbly going to the bench, the next day in practice, the guys would make fun of you. We never said we had a concussion or we had a headache or we were nauseous. We just went out and played. If you missed too many games with a headache and feeling dizzy, you wouldn't be around too long. SUN: If you could make one change to the game of hockey, what would you do? CHERRY: There's two. One is the instigator rule. So many injuries are a result of the instigator rule. All I have to do is mention Gretzky. He had a credit card when he was in Edmonton. It was unbelievable. He never got hit. I think he got hit once the whole time he was in Edmonton. I used to talk to the people in the States when I was down there and they said there's a rule in the National Hockey League that you can't hit Gretzky. I said it's not that, the rule is Semenko and McSorley. Today, nobody can protect anybody. It's absolutely asinine. The governors actually said they'd put the instigator rule in so tough guys wouldn't pick on the stars when it was the exact opposite. Now you've got little weasels running around with their visors sticking and acting brave. A few years ago, you'd take and cuff them and they wouldn't do it. The other one is touch icing. There have been more guys retired, careers ruined, from touch icing than there has been for concussions. But it's not the buzzword right now. Touch icing is ridiculous. 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He did not like me, for some reason, I guess because he was an intellectual college guy. He had a breakaway against Chicago and he muffed it up. I said, 'How would you like to have Dr. Randy Gregg operate on your heart with those hands?' My mother phoned me the next day and she (didn't like that I got) personal . and I felt bad about that. SUN: You were selected as one of the 10 greatest Canadians. Your reaction? CHERRY: The people that voted for me did not think I was the greatest Canadian. It was a time that the right wing, the hard working guy in the factory, the construction worker could finally have a say. They didn't think I was the greatest Canadian, maybe the most popular. The ordinary working guy like myself had a chance to say something. Maybe I was the most popular, certainly not the greatest Canadian. SUN: Who was the greatest Canadian? CHERRY: Sir. John MacDonald. Kingston boy. Sat with him at the airport today, got a picture taken with his statue. You could go on and on. 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