Found November 29, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Le Malkinifique: 71 cuts through lame lockout idiocy Speaking to RT, Evgeni Malkin discusses the NHL work stoppage with the type of level-headedness that makes the lockout sound silly in any language. "This 1 per cent is millions of dollars,” the Russian explained. “But what surprises me is that hockey isn’t the main business for club owners. They are all billionaires and ar...
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