Found December 28, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
PLAYERS: Connor Knapp
TEAMS: Buffalo Sabres
The perils of goaltending #RIP— Connor Knapp (@knapper311) December 29, 2013Connor Knapp is a minor league goalkeeper in the Buffalo Sabres organization.On Saturday, the 23-year-old shared a rather cringeworthy and accurate photo of what the goalkeeping position often entails.No other words are needed. The picture says it all.Via Deadspin

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Afternoon Line

"Definitely, I think there is, "I don't know what they think of me. I love playing for Teddy. "Like I said before, the organization has treated myself and my family incredibly well. The people of Buffalo are great fans and it has been a lot of fun growing with these guys. From where we were to where we want to be is obviously a process, but I think we've...
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