Off the ice, Pittsburgh Penguins forward Phil Kessel is a quiet guy. When you interview him, he often speaks in an introverted whisper that is barely audible in the locker room.
On the ice, he’s like a five-person panel on CNN. The American born hockey player is often exasperated for no apparent reason, barking on the bench. During Game Two of the Eastern Conference Final Monday, Phil went to another level, stomping his feet and screaming at no one in particular.