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WATCH: Ex-NHLer Ryan Whitney responds to Gord Miller's attack on Barstool Sports

Miller slammed Barstool Sports in a tweet early Monday while answering questions from fans on his Twitter account.

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Ryan Whitney, former NHLer, host of popular Barstool Sports hockey podcast "Spittin' Chiclets" and winner of the 1997 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, has responded to TSN and NBC's Gord Miller after the broadcaster attacked Barstool Sports earlier this week.

Miller slammed Barstool Sports in a tweet early Monday while answering questions from fans on his Twitter account.

"My problem with Barstool is the history of unapologetic misogyny, racism, xenophobia and the repeated condoning of non-consensual sex. If not wanting to associate with that makes me part of 'cancel culture,' or constitutes 'virtue signaling' or being 'woke,' I'm OK with that," added Miller.

The attacks by Miller haven't seemed to mess with the "Whit-dog" too much though, he's celebrating St. Patrick's Day with his family at Disney World.

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