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NO ONE believed him.
NO ONE had faith in him.
NO ONE could TRUST a hockey “outsider”.
Steve Burton Of WBZ-TV reported the following on Monday:
Sources tell WBZ-TV’s Steve Burton that an unannounced meeting was held Monday with a high-ranking official from each side, and significant progress was made toward salvaging the hockey season. It’s possible an announcement could come as soon as tomorrow or Wednesday.
EVERYONE was calling him a “FAT LIAR FACE”.
They were NON-BELIEVERS in the “BURTON PROPHECY”.
They were RAINING on his parade.
Well, it looks like the rain cloud is hanging over the NHL “INSIDERS now.
Hope they brought their galoshes.
Since the Prophecy De Burton, both sides have had their most promising meetings since the NHL lockout began.
“GREEDY GARY” even said he was “PLEASED”.
Reports are swirling that Bettman wants a deal in place this week.
Ok,so Steve Burton may be off a few days.
Cut the PROPHET some slack…..geez louise.
Remember sometimes someon
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