Before the Philadelphia Flyers played in Winnipeg for the first time since 1996, goalie Ilya Bryzgalov had some amends to make.
Earlier this year, he infamously slammed the city as "cold" with "no parks" and "no entertainment for families." So he "sincerely apologized" to the people of Winnipeg on Friday ... but some Winnipeg Jets fans weren't so quick to accept it.
One of those fans was Donavan Collier, 8, the son of Winnipeg Goldeyes general manager Andrew Collier. He showed up at MTS Centre for the Jets' game against the Flyers on Saturday afternoon with a sign that read simply: "BOO BRYZGALOV."
Fans were given the opportunity to let Bryzgalov hear it, as the Flyers decided to give Sergei Bobrovsky, a more Winnipeg-apathetic goalie, the start instead. But Collier still had a chance to make this feeling known to Bryzgalov … who responded in a hilarious and humble way.
From Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press:
"I made the sign because he said we have no parks and we have terri...