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One of the most memorable moments of the HBO 24/7 series up until this point was the relationship between John Tortorella and Liam, who suffers from Cerebral Palsy. During yesterday's Winter Classic TheNYRBlog reader PJ, who was also my Winter Classic Correspondent, had a chance meeting with the 24/7 star and was able to take a pic with him.PJ said Liam was the coolest and he even had Flyers fans going up to him telling him how awesome he is. Flyers fans? Classy?...As always please continue to e-mail (nyrfan94@yahoo.com) your Rangers related pictures to me so I can post them on the blog.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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