Found January 31, 2013 on The Pensblog:
PLAYERS: Ryan Whitney
TEAMS: Edmonton Oilers
Chicago-black-hawks
Still the Marleau show. Can't wait till he doesn't score any goals in the playoffs. Parise looks like a monster with the Wild. Fun team to watch. GIF OF THE NIGHT See why Ryan Whitney has this stunned look on his face in the gif of the night after the jump. Nail Yakupv won another game for the Oilers in OT. Then Ryan Whitney chirped Derek Morris. If the screen was clearer you could see Whitney say to Morris " **** you."  
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