"You can have your opinion on a performance, good or bad. But when it passes the line and there are threats against your family, even though people may say they're joking around, I don't think it's something that you can joke around with. You never know what could happen. People have to have [responsibility] for their words, what they say or what they put out on Twitter or social media. It's important that they realize that you can't just go out and make blatant attacks on a person or his family or anybody else."
-- Montreal Impact's Patrice
Bernier on a death threat tweeted against Impact captain Davy Arnaud after the Impact's recent 4-3 loss to the Colorado Rapids on a stoppage-time goal
that followed a turnover by Arnaud. Police are investigated a message to Arnaud from a fan with the name "SBarbosa17" that said: "I hope your family dies in a fire." (Canadian Press)