Found June 05, 2012 on Puck Drunk Love:
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[youtube]AqMzejO2BbQ[/youtube] In recent years Cheechoo has become more widely known for these odd YouTube tributes/songs Do you know where Jonathan Cheechoo played in 2011-12 prior to watching the video above? If you said no, odds are you're not alone. If you said the Peoria Rivermen, award yourself a firm pat on the back. If you're puzzled by who this Cheechoo fellow is then you probably didn't follow hockey very closely in the mid 2000s. Cheechoo spent the 2011-12 season skating with the AHL affiliate of the St. Louis Blues - the Peoria Rivermen. Cheechoo has hopped from team to team over the past several seasons, failing to find his form that made him one of the most threatening scorers in the NHL back in 2005. As Cheechoo prepares to face free agency, again, we're left asking one more time - what's next for Cheechoo? Perhaps more importantly, if Cheechoo finds a new team will we see a new rendition of the Jonathan Cheechoo Train song? Jonathan Cheechoo ...
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