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(1) Kyle Turris' has had an interesting start to the holiday season. Turris had been playing -- and playing well -- with Karpat in SM-liiga, having scored seven goals and twelve assists in just twenty-one games. A month ago, Turris spoke candidly about the positive experience playing overseas was. Apparently, that changed in a hurry.
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Kyle Turris..."Blah blah blah,Hockey in Finland sucks...Blah blah blah, what do you have to do to find a Big Mac here?...Blah blah blah, the bus rides are worse here than back in Junior." I can't stand that guy. Hey Kyle, no one is forcing you to play hockey in Finland. Lockout, my butt. Get a job.
Did TSN decide to start showing KHL games? That was the rumor yesterday...
Graeme had a note on this earlier today, but we have begun to enter the fun stage of this genre where the translation makes its way back to those who were slagged. For the unawares, yesterday in a Globe & Mail story, Turris went all Andre Petersson on SM-Liga transportation, Finnish truck-stop dining, and that country's pitiful lack of sunlight. I'm also pretty sure there...
Given the uncertainty surrounding Mika Zibanejad's return to the Binghamton lineup (it's been 26 days since he last played a game), Assistant GM Tim Murray's morning appearance on In the Box carried some heightened importance.
You can listen to the interview here, or alternatively, you can stream it at the bottom of this post.
As always, my thoughts in bold...
The Binghamton Senators revealed a promotion this afternoon that honours the Mayan prophecy that declares the dawning New World Age on December 21, 2012.
*insert joke about Binghamton already resembling a hellscape*
In tribute to the impending apocalypse – which Bingo fans can only assume means one of two things: 1) the NHL lockout will end, inadvertently ending any chance...
from Damian Cox of The Spin,
Let's imagine that next month the union actually goes out of business.
No more tired and predictable Don Fehr blather. Nobody to spin what Roman Hamrlik or Kyle Turris "really" meant.
See, it's a better world already.
Let's imagine that the NHL would no longer be able to enforce its lockout, and that all player contracts...