Found March 09, 2012 on Puck Drunk Love:
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Jeremy Roenick is not afraid to give his opinion. It doesn't matter if he has a huge audience or not, chances are fairly good that his mouth is open. Since being hired as an analyst by NBC Sports a few years ago, JR has had a bully pulpit to say, roughly, whatever he feels like. Sometimes this is good, like whenever he and Mike Milbury clash -- or when he cries on camera if one of his former teams wins the Cup. One of his former teams, the San Jose Sharks, are faltering and may not make the playoffs this year. It's understandable, then, that Roenick might be a bit louder than others when it concerns them. He tends to get riled up whenever one of his old teams does something he disagrees with; witness, then, his dispelasure with the Blackhawks giving Johnny Oduya his old number 27. Granted it wasn't exactly about the number, but the criticism seemed surprisingly harsh and most folks assumed it was a bit of irritation at not having it retired by Chicago (and yet, it's...
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