Found April 04, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Ilya Bryzgalov is easily one of the most interesting players in the NHL and his discussions about the Universe on HBO’s 24/7 have become legendary; he even unveiled a Star Wars mask this year.  Unfortunately for Bryzgalov, his time with the Philadelphia Flyers has been pretty forgettable.  His stats have been pretty bad for a guy that signed a 9-year $51 Million deal two years ago.   On Wednesday night during the Flyers game against the Montreal Canadiens, Bryzgalov actually ducked on a shot that was coming at his head.  Sure the shot from David Desharnais was deflected, but Bryzgalov is a goalie, it is his job to stop pucks.  You have to wonder if his time in Philadelphia is almost up. [YouTube]
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  • His time in Philly will be up come summer time, too much money for a stiff getting Mason shows how much faith Homer Simpson has in Space Balls Bryzs.
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