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Cherry played one game with the Boston Bruins, and later coached the team for five seasons after concluding a successful playing career in the American Hockey League.He is also well known as an author, syndicated radio commentator for the Sportsnet Radio Network, creator of the Rock'em Sock'em Hockey video series, and celebrity endorser.He dropped out of high school, and in 1954 he signed with the American Hockey League's (AHL) Hershey Bears.Cherry had a long playing career in professional minor hockey, and in 1955 played his only NHL game when the Boston Bruins called him up during the playoffs.Cherry was voted the seventh greatest Canadian on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's television special, The Greatest Canadian.In March 2010, his life was dramatized in a two-part Canadian Broadcasting Corporation made-for-television movie, Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story, based on a script written by his son, Timothy Cherry.In the middle of the 1971–72 season, Cherry became the coach of the American Hockey League's Rochester Americans and won Coach of the Year.The following year, the title of General Manager was added.
Cherry quickly developed a reputation for being an eccentric, flamboyant coach who strongly encouraged physical play among his players.
Cherry co-hosts the "Coach's Corner" intermission segment (with Ron Mac Lean) on the long-running Canadian sports program Hockey Night in Canada, and has also worked for ESPN in the United States as a commentator during the latter stages of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Nicknamed Grapes, he is a Canadian icon known for his outspoken manner, flamboyant dress, and staunch Canadian nationalism.
In March 2012, CBC aired a sequel, The Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story II. (Jack) Cherry, was an original member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and a Great Lakes ship captain.
His maternal grandfather, Richard Palamountain, was a British orphan of Cornish parentage who was emigrated to Canada as one of the Home Children.