Found October 12, 2011 on IntheOT:

I have always been a big fan of “JR” Jeremy Roenick because he is one of the few outspoken NHL players. It’s no coincidence in his post playing career that he’s made the natural transition ...

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  • Jeremy Roenick needs to grow up and stop whinning. He needs to start jogging to release his pent up frustrations. Moreover, why don't you put your Sharks uniform back on and lets see what ya got

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