It's too bad they're being kept apart, maybe if they were there together Bertuzzi might actually be man enough to offer an apology to Moore. Moore has already said that he's received not a single phone call from Bertuzzi or anyone else from the Vancouver Canchokes organization. But yeah, Bertuzzi is really sorry about what happened. I'm sure he'll say it multiple times to Gary Bettman today while having never said it to Moore.
And no, that feigned, scripted sobbing by Bertuzzi at the press conference that kicked off his "I'm the real victim here" campaign doesn't count as any kind of apology. That was nothing more than a PR stunt to try and lessen the suspension that Bettman had yet to drop on him.
It's a shame that he doesn't have Brian Burke with him anymore to remind us all that Bertuzzi is an All-Star and that by his diagnosis Moore could be skating in 4 to 6 weeks (it's been 14 months and counting since Moore last skated in case you're wondering Brian).
He'll be reinstated, of that I'm fairly certain. The NHL will want as many attention getters in place for when they do open for business again.
And he'll get a heroes welcome in his first game back in Vancouver. I'm betting that the standing ovation lasts at least 2 minutes.