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Don Cherry condemned Russia's junior hockey team for its rowdy behaviour after its stunning rally to beat Canada and capture the world junior hockey championship.

The morning after its stunning 5-3 victory, members of the Russian team were escorted off of a Delta Air Lines plane because their disruptive behaviour was classified as a safety threat.

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Players were forced to leave the plane, retrieve their luggage and depart the terminal.

The team flew out of Buffalo, N.Y., the following day.

Cherry, during his Coach's Corner segment on Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday, was very critical of the Russians' behaviour.

"We went out in honour. Sorry to say, the Russian kids didn't," Cherry said. "They got drunk, carried off the bus, got thrown off the plane ... I can't stand people who can't stand liquor."

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