Found October 27, 2011 on Kukla's Korner:
from Cam Cole of the Vancouver Sun, Up in the stands of Rogers Arena, at the morning skate Wednesday, the president of the visiting St. Louis Blues was asked, as an old goaltender, whether he sometimes had a chuckle at the melodrama surrounding Vancouver’s most polarizing athlete. “Oh, I’ve been through it,” said John Davidson, whose prime years were spent as the New York Rangers’ netminder. “Heck, I remember one time in New York I got run over by [Toronto’s] Errol Thompson and fractured my tibia, and I’m lying there, I’m hurting, and some fans up to my right are giving it to me. “They’re yelling: ‘Good! I hope you’re dead!’ [Ranger teammates] Donnie Murdoch and Nick Fotiu went into the stands after them, in our own building! True story.” But that’s New York. Notoriously rude. Surely we’re bigger than that, in Canada. more on how Vancouver can get Luongo back on track….
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