Found February 05, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Ryan Whitney
TEAMS: Edmonton Oilers
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With the Patriots battling the Giants in Super Boxl XLVI, it stands to reason that Canada doesn't have a dog in this fight. That didn't stop Ryan Whitney from taking a shot at the city of Vancouver anyways. "If the Pats hold on for this win does the city of Vancouver riot again?" the Oilers defenseman wondered. The last time that a Boston team was in a championship game, of course, the city of Vancouver did not take too kindly to losing. But it still feels like a cheap shot coming from Whitney, especially considering the Grey Cup was weeks...
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