Found December 28, 2011 on
That's what CSN hockey analyst Bill Clement was talking about last night with regards to Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov.
That's what Bill Meltzer was talking about in his blog today.
What troubles me about Bryz is that I feel he's only actually stolen a game for the Flyers this season and while you can excuse bad bounces and fluky goals, at some point, you need your goalie t...
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When not trying to stop flying pucks, NHL goalie Ilya Bryzgalov is busy explaining the crazy universe that we live in.
Bryzgalov was interviewed for an HBO series "NHL 24/7" and goes into everything from Russian booze to catching tigers to the creation of our universe to crazy defensemen and ending on hot blondes in the below two videos:
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