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Graham MacKenzie PhC Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
And how About Rob Brind’Amour rolling his eyes at his team when Ayres came on. Struts in the dressing room after the game like he owned the place.
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Chad Vautour Feb 23
Totally understandable. They’re fighting for a playoff spot and have to use a Zamboni driver as a goalie for almost 2 periods. He couldnt believe it. He wasn’t mad at Ayres
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vince dunn stan account Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
I mean, a 42 year old who doesn’t have the training and live to the same health standards and isn’t use to this pace of hockey could get seriously hurt out there. It’s an epic story. But this shouldn’t really be happening.
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Elizabeth Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
Some people can take the feel good moment of someone’s lifetime and dump on it.
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Matt Feb 23
I respect Burkey but I’m not sure about this take.
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Austin Dann Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
I think it was fine
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Jay Mac Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
Brian Burke pissed that Tom Brady didn’t star in the movie Rudy.
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Paul D Stevens Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
Proof that some people will have a problem with literally anything. This was a great story that made even casual hockey fans smile. Someone is trying too hard...
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EDouble Feb 23
Replying to @bubbagumpino
Shocked to find that a former NHL-exec finds zero joy in the most popular thing to happen to the NHL in years and wants to immediately legislate to remove any chance of it happening again.
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Jason Arnold Feb 23
Replying to @myke22 @bubbagumpino
He sounds like an MLB exec
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