Found March 05, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
New York Islanders forward Casey Cizikas played the role of extremely hospitable host by escorting Canadiens rookie Alex Galchenyuk to the bench Tuesday night during the Isles’ 6-3 win. Cizikas was credited for an assist for this nice “how do ya do?” that is brought to you en Francais!  Hourra!
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