Found July 12, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
I don't think anyone would ever accuse Devils' enforcer Cam Janssen of being a Rhodes Scholar. But if there was ever any doubt that his IQ was even smaller than his yearly point totals, surely that has discarded now. Janssen went on Arch City Radio in St. Louis and showed off his intellect (or lack thereof). Arch City Radio already pulled the video from Youtube, presumable because of the backlash, but you can watch the video here. Some of the highlights from the video (some offensive language is going to follow):- Janssen accepts congratulations for making it to the Stanley Cup Finals despite literally not playing a single shift the entire postseason. Someone tell John Scott that Boomer Esiason has a commemorative plaque waiting at WFAN for him to pick up.  - Janssen helps to equate losing to the LA Kings to "******* a fat broad."- Janssen shows pride and eagerness in hitting players with their heads down and injuring them. But the big thing that is now receiving a...
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