Found February 25, 2013 on Puck Drunk Love:
Siri is at it again. If you recall, Siri previously called Daniel Alfredsson "god" and referred to the Carolina Hurricanes when asked about Hurricane Sandy.  Now Siri has some pretty fun answers when you ask about the universe. Specifically, when asked "How old is the universe?" or something along those lines, Siri responds with, "According to my sources, Ilya Bryzgalov is 32 years old." Siri even provides a nice profile on Bryzgalov with his 2013 stats.  Bryzaglov's connection with the universe dates back to his appearance on NHL 24/7, where he gave a lengthy explanation about his fascination with the "humongous big" solar system. Since then Bryzgalov's continuing comments on the universe have been one of the most entertaining things in the NHL.  Clearly, someone at Apple is not only a hockey fan, but also has a tremendous sense of humor. Of course, we imagine these hockey references might confuse those not in the k...
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