All right, guys, welcome back to another episode of part in the park brought to you by full press coverage dot com.
I am one of your host, Chris Mancuso Unfired up.
What? A trade deadline.
32 trades record setting day, the most trades and 31 back in 2010.
Joined by my man Chris Bugajski, who has my mortal enemy Tonight on the side we got grew in and we got the stars going head to head tonight He thought it starts.
Started on He's excited.
We're ready to rock and roll Bugajski How are we today, my man? They were doing pretty good, huh? Slowly continuing to get my voice back from last weekend.
So already? Yeah.
What was going on last week? And you were You were getting into one there.
Where were you? Look, what event was that? You sounded like death the next morning.
Yeah, well, let's just say the Hansel bit of a life motto right now, So we'll go with that.
The guy has been drinking back a 1,000,000,000 beers.
Ah, that's a sweet hat.
Shout out Dana beers.
That guy was ah 100 k made a partner would eat it hard because he was outnumbered.
You know, I saw a little Vince McMahon action with him, but, you know, he was behind it the whole time.
You love to see it now, buddy, Let's jump right into what we were What was going on here the last week? Obviously, it was trade deadline fever.
We debuted part in the park, and it was amazing and had a great trade deadline day.
But we didn't really get into too much postgame ****ysis and, uh, let's let's get into that.
So we're gonna talk the winners and losers of Monday's trade deadline and I'll let you start off the hop and who is your winner and who was your loser and why, I think for me, one of the biggest winners.
Uh, this the Islanders.
I really like what they got with Peggy Jo.
I know the cost that they got from him was quite hefty, but they were able to re sign him right away.
I think that guy was 56 years, So I'm like that 30 mil and comes in his first game scores a goal.
So right now, the Islanders look like they found a pretty solid piece to help their scoring woes.
A CZ for the losers.
The Chicago Blackhawks.
Uh, you had to really good pieces that you were looking to move in.
Robin Lehner and Erik Gustafson.
And the return that you got out of those two was a 2nd 1/3 and Malcolm Soup.
And I think you definitely could have gotten a lot more for either of those two.
I know that a package of those two to Caroline and I probably would have warned to the first round pick.
I don't know why you couldn't pull the trigger on that deal if nothing good.
If negotiation was valued those two players hold.
I'm surprised that I get in return.
No, I couldn't agree with you more there.
As far as it comes with the Chicago Blackhawks, I think that they were absolutely and, uh, I played Headline winner.
I think it's easy.
I give it up to the Carolina Hurricanes.
What a deadline they had.
They had Vincent Trocheck, Brady, Shea, Sami, baton and absolutely load up for a Stanley Cup run in which they were in the Eastern Conference final last year, made noise in the playoffs.
What did you What? What A gm.
What? What? What? A deadline for the Carolina bookings.
I knew they were gonna be active.
I thought maybe they would add a goaltender because James Reimer and Peter Mirotic still scares the living hell enemy.
But we'll see what happens here.
And, uh, yeah, we'll see.
Uh, well, we'll see what happens with them, but, I mean, Carolina Hurricanes are absolutely my winner of the trade deadline.
Eric Hall and a couple other pieces went out the door, including their first round pick for Brady shake.
Great job by them.
And as far as trade deadline losers, I have three teams that I thought could have done better.
I have the Chicago Blackhawks for every reason that you just stated I have the Boston Bruins, I think, are still one person short on at the forward position.
I think when you have to still rely on a Carson cool man or someone like that to do a deep playoff run after the Tampa Bay light and go out and pick up Blake Coleman and then I mean, I thought it was too much, but Barkley, good row is a good hockey player.
A great third line player on a contending team? Absolutely.
So I think that the Boston Bruins fell behind the eight ball as far as keeping paid put, the Tampa Bay Lightning went.
And then I'm gonna throw your Dallas cars into the mix.
You I mean, that I thought I thought could have went for it and could have, Ah could have added at the deadline and added a piece, even a jumbo Joe Thornton, I think, would have been a nice fix.
I know that there are their older team, but I thought that with a guy like Ben, Bishop is good and he is in the net.
And a guy like Tyler Sagan not putting the goals in the back of the net is much you'd like to see.
I thought that would be a guy that it would pan out for Ah, and a team that would do a little bit more.
And Jim, they'll decided to stand Pat.
And that was kind of the theme for a few teams.
How did you feel about Dallas lack thereof? Movement heading into the deadline? Chrissy, you know, there were a handful of names that as Stars fan.
I would have liked to see there are a couple of defense of names rumored.
I'm thinking those don't make sense.
We already got Ah, really good seventh defenseman and Taylor for Dune.
And then guys like Roman Pollak and Andres to care who are rotating in that six defen***** spot.
So adding another defense from right now, it doesn't make any sense, and I'm glad that that happened.
But as a term of scoring, the big name that I really wanted was Andrea is asking to see you, and I don't know what it would have taken to get a deal done.
I know the Stars are cap strapped right now because you got just a lot of money hung up on a couple couple bad deals.
I think Martin Hansel's still in long term.
I are, so that's, Ah, a bad contract that you need to get off the books.
Um, but yet the other big name that was linked to them was Joe Thornton and I.
I was not a fan of that rumor, because I'm thinking he played a similar style to what Jason Spence it did last year.
That didn't really work out now Spencer's gone.
So why would you bring in someone? Pay him almost double, maybe triple of what Spence is making right now in Toronto.
Don't make sense to me.
Kind of at the same time, I'm happy they didn't do it.
If the move they were gonna make was Joe Thornton happy, they didn't make it that they stay back.
But at the same time, I'm kind of upset that, you know, you scoring your they get your weakest length and you didn't add any score.
I couldn't agree with you more there.
And let's talk right about this.
Jumbo Joe Thornton, 22 years in the league chasing the Stanley Cup of the career, started in Boston.
Spent a decade there, get sent over to the San Jose Sharks, becomes one of the league's best player, is one of the best centers of all time.
She's upset, man, and I don't blame him.
He thought that he could have ah been handed his shot to win a cup this year.
He said he doesn't think he's done and plans on playing next year, and that's a situation that will get into in a SEC.
But I mean, as far as all things considered ago, I saw mixed reports out there.
I thought Elliott Friedman kind of say that teams like Boston in Dallas went down the road but didn't really ah.
Didn't really go too far down it.
LeBron said that he didn't think any of those teams called, which I I've been told by Druids guys, that's not true.
It's just that a couple other things would have needed to happen, for That makes sense for the Boston Bruins, including completing a trade that they thought they would have had done for Kyle Palmeri.
That doesn't get done.
Um, Bob's your uncle.
What are you going to do? There's nothing you can really do about it.
And, uh, you know that natural.
Portman's up on the outside looking in.
I know the Toronto Maple Leafs considered it, but I think that Kyle do This was looking at it from a standpoint of how close are they actually to Boston in Tampa Bay? He wouldn't maybe not this year be a great fit for them.
But next year, if he doesn't want to leave Sandal Day, could be a good fit for him, especially if they don't bring back Jason.
But, uh, but I I mean, all things considered, I kind of feel the same way as you.
I'm glad that they didn't grab Thornton, but to be fair, um, I kind of felt bad for him at the same time, because, you know, he's such a respected guy in the league, and it's hard to see him have to kind of go through the motions like that.
Yeah, I totally understand from the point and show the door. It was very upsetting.
You want to turn a chance for another club? How he's stuck in San Jose? Who's in line for a probably a top five draft pick? Uh, he's They dealt away a couple of there, Uh, Stan was any dealt you a couple of their other offensive weapons.
You got guys injury injured pretty badly, and he's just kind of sitting there rotting the season.
This one's going to waste.
And it's really unfortunate for a guy like Joe Thornton.
Yeah, man, it sucks.
It sucks to see.
And I mean, if you're a guy like Kevin the block in in San Jose, you gotta be sick like I took a $1 million deals so they could pay Erik Karlsson a Brinks truck with 11 ssh! $1,000,000.
Back it upright in his front porch and the guys hurt everything.
Oh, yeah, A lot of money happened down here that hurt him long term financially.
I hope he fired his agent after that and speaking off risky move.
We're gonna move it right along on part of the puck.
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Www dot full press coverage dot com forward slash NHL The Toronto Maple Leafs have decided **** Pat at the deadline after the last Saturday night's debacle, losing to the emergency backup goalie who was actually a team.
Employees flexed its be the Zamboni driver for the Toronto Marlies came in.
Saved eight of 10 shots backed up the wind.
The three versus Toronto, uh, make believes you thought for sure the hammer was going to drop and Kyle do This was gonna make boo.
People in Toronto were pitched that he that he didn't make a move because ultimately the Toronto Maple leaves ended up trading for cow rose and back, who they gave up in the national happy deal.
They sent Michael Hodges.
Do the Avalanche.
You need help with their minor league old pending right now, as they have group our out.
And, uh, you know what? They decide to stand pat.
They don't move person, very who a lot of people don't think, fits the system and fits what they need.
And then all of a sudden, they get nailed with an injury.
But before we jump into the injury, what do you think of the Toronto Maple Leafs standing pat at the trade deadline? I think it's a perfect, uh, I have struggled Tyler Bray.
It's pretty much perfect to describe the season that the leaves have been having and just, you know, it's really unfortunate for them because everybody knows what their issue is.
And it seems like Kyle do.
This is the only one that doesn't know what the issue is because he doesn't do anything about it.
Yeah, and some strengths.
Exactly like they've got some of the best scoring threats in the NHL.
And you know, if you're putting up 34 goals and I am here almost every night, but at the same time, you're giving up four or five.
So you need to out.
It's like the defense is their big is the weakest link.
And you know some of the guys that are there, uh, namely Tyson Barrie who, like they said, hasn't been a really good fit for them.
I know why you wouldn't try to move him for maybe a defenseman.
That does fit the type of game that surround us, trying to play someone who can help on the back end and trying to help shore up the defensive patches.
It's mind blowing that, you know, Each year at least, fans get themselves all riled up, thinking they've got this great team and just to be let down by their GM.
It's It's actually hilarious at this point.
Yeah, sad in the sense like that.
Such a loyal fan base franchise with a deep history but kind of the royal family vibe.
That's what I call them.
They can just show up.
People are gonna buy $300 ticket.
There's no pressure to be successful no matter what.
They're gonna fire it up, and, uh and uh, and they're gonna still sell out and make the most money in the league.
So there's like that's like where the royal family attitude there and I think I'll do this has a big a big part of that.
I don't think you are in a wind tunnel right now.
The weather looks nicer there than in its here.
We got a little kick back there, but Noah, the make believe stand pat, and then our next topic.
I wanted to talk about it.
Bone broken left hand defenseman Jake Muzzin, a guy they just signed for another four years and five point whatever.
65 million a year.
I think it was something like that and he's their best play off the fence.
Been going forward for sure.
He should be back by then.
But he's gonna be coming back off of an injury.
He's out for four weeks.
What does this injury mean for reliefs? Playoff push.
When they got the Florida Panthers biting at their heels, ER and they play them tonight, I mean, they're gonna have five of their six defen***** from the 2000 and 18 colder Cup final from Game 15 of the six defense and from the Majlis will be on the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight.
Well, I mean, I think it's kind of funny to say that more.
The Leafs defenseman right now have made it to a, uh, Cup finals more than the rest of the team, even though differently everything that's good for you to say, but But, you know, it's it's really quite comical, Um, and it's kind of like the hockey gods telling Kyle Dube, It's like, Hey, you should have done something like This is what you get for not helping your team.
And I couldn't agree more.
That's really where could someone just sent, like a foam finger? Shout out the Queen of Kings? I've never seen this before.
I'm new to this app, but a giant foam finger just came on my screen and fired me right up.
I love to see that whatever that means.
Foam fingers up.
Yeah, I think this is a top one for Toronto, the 15 that's allowed over 210 goals this season.
Ah, their goal differential is like plus 11.
When you see Boston in Tampere like 46 49 respectively.
They defend way better score.
Ah, and there, there, there, plus minus differential.
And that is really tough.
But you look at the Atlantic Division and everything that's going on.
So I had to fix myself there, started falling off my foot, was driving me crazy, driving me absolutely nuts.
I hate that feeling, but yeah, sorry to come right through your screen there, guys, we know.
I think this muslin injury is absolutely Ah, big deal.
And I hope that they get the kind of goaltending they need to hang on because even the Florida made some weird moves at the deadline and I think sent a totally brutal message to their fan base.
With your two points out and you trade guys like Vinny TRO, check off the team.
I don't understand that, but that's a whole other conversation.
Uh, don't sleep on the Florida Florida Panthers, though.
They got a great coach and Joel Quenneville.
Ah, great front office staff.
That includes ah lot of former players like Chris Pronger, Sean Thornton, guys who have been tough guys that have been around the game and definitely, uh, definitely bring a lot of veteran leadership because I know those guys were active in actually speaking with the players.
From everything I've heard, Uh, we'll see what happens there.
The Leaves will have to get the good goaltending.
Same with the Florida Panthers, Dombrovskis and horrible but moving on to goaltending.
The one of the craziest, most surprising moves out of the deadline for me personally, was the Chicago Blackhawks flipping goaltender Robin Lehner to the Chicago uh, sorry to the Vegas Golden Knights in exchange for what a draft pick are, too.
And, uh, Malcolm Superman is just under Superman and then some.
No name defensive prospect.
Yeah, yeah, it wasn't even that big of a return on a guy like Robin Lehner, who everyone had said, including the athletic beat Florida for further Blackhawks, that he was actually willing to take a three year deal later to stay in Chicago.
And Bowman never even sent him a contract offer.
They send them to Vegas.
Very strange, A because they got Marc Andre Fleury.
I know he's not having the greatest here, but holy man talk about sharing up Kate to get an injury that just made them the best one to Goli punch in the entire NHL.
Absolutely no question about it and really, really impressive move to show up there in that play there from the the biggest Golden Knights.
Because if Fleury continues to put up the bad numbers and he's putting up the worst numbers, he's added a few years, you can look to move to a guy like Robin Lehner and get it done.
Now, if you're someone and Robin Lehner is close circle, you know he's had the addiction issues and stuff like that.
I mean, Vegas is a terrifying place, but he seems to be fully recovered, dedicated to the game.
And I really like Robin Lehner a lot.
But I couldn't help but think, Jesus, that's terrifying and going to Vegas.
Uh, but I mean, I think What did you think of that move in general? I mean, weird for the Blackhawks, and, uh, I don't know.
What do you think of it from a Vegas cold nights perspective? Well, first of all, I just want to point out the fact that Stan Bowman should be out of a job vary based on the rumors that have came out.
The fact that Lander was wanting to take a three year deal never got a contract offer.
And then a few days prior the news of Artemis, ****eryn came out saying that he wanted to stay in Chicago.
And then next thing you know, he's shipped to Columbus.
It's he's a lot of my friends were Blackhawks fans are just continuing to remain in about him, like how just terrible he is and how much he's like dragging them down.
I love this month because the backup goalie has been something that, you know they've struggled with, Uh, because Malcolm Superman, you know, he shows his flashes.
Sometimes he's on.
Sometimes he's off.
But you bring in a guy like letter right now, market flirty with the pedigree that he has and with what he's been able to D'oh! You know that you know, he's been having a rough season, that if he starts to kind of fall off the wagon, you have later right there, ready to jump in and take over, and you can feel confident throwing him in because he's played that number one rule before.
And now right now, you're gonna get like a one a one B with Florian Lennar, and it's a great move to shore up a position that, uh, they have struggled.
You can never have too much goaltending as you can never have too many options.
You saw that the other night in Carolina.
That could have been a devastating situation for the Hurricanes, losing both Mrazek and James Reimer in the same game.
Ah, but you know that anything can happen between the pipes.
You've seen freak injuries.
Freak things happen. It's a dangerous position.
Great job by Kelly McCrimmon and, uh, and Vegas there to sure up and ready to go on a playoff run.
And speaking of someone that, you know, I was a tough situation to see a guy with a Stanley Cup pedigree himself, a couple of gold medals for Team Canada.
We also I'm out that cardiac **** cardiac episode that was really tough.
Super talk to see.
Um, he looks like he's done.
He had a pacemaker put in.
He's that only says he is, uh, they say that he's assessing the future, but it doesn't look good.
The ST Louis Blues went out and acquired Marcos Candella from the Montreal Canadians right after how big of a losses Jay Bouwmeester for the things that was blues, huh? I mean, you understand that side of the game better than me and more of an Eastern Conference talking guy, always paying attention to what's going on around Bruins plan.
But you'd be in a Dallas.
What's the loss of a player like Bouwmeester means to, ah, to the team in ST Louis? Like, what does that mean to that group? Bouwmeester was not on Lee.
One of those guys that, you know, you came in, came, came in every game and gave it is all.
He was one of those vocal leaders and experienced guys on that Blues team and losing him.
They lose a bit of that experience.
They lose a bit of that grit on the blue line that is so sought after in the Western Conference.
And you know, he's a guy that, um, that plate over l is just a really good hockey player.
Uh, you know, there aren't very many flaws in his game, and that's something that the blues we're gonna miss.
Uh, but, you know, the important thing for him right now is just take it one step at a time, get back to full health on duh.
We're wishing the best for me.
Yeah, I mean, on top of that, obviously that scary freak thing that can happen in this game.
And when you're bringing your heart level up to the way these guys are going and no one that works harder than these guys 24 7 these kind of things you saw with Rich Peverley.
Situation happened and he was in Dallas at the time former Boston Brew.
And that rattled me to the core, too.
Well, Mr Thing did, But you got to give a quick shout out to the medical staff in arena staff and everyone on hand from both teams there with, ah during the game because they they always seem to get right in there and get the defibrillator on and save a lot of lives.
And these guys don't get enough recognition to shout out to the training staff, the medical staff all across the NHL in in any league, man.
I mean, there was an incident here in Niagara in the O h L where goaltender tucker time and was cut with a skate and it cut his artery in his leg.
And if they didn't stitch him up right on the ice, I mean, we're talking.
We would have had a dead kid on the ice.
Man, this ain't no joke.
There's a dangerous thing.
And these medical staff people right from the top.
So the bottom leads Junior a junior b 00 h l They are absolutely some of the best.
And seeing Jay Bouwmeester come out and speak and say that, you know he's gonna monitor everything, see what he could D'oh! Make sure you get healthy.
Nothing better than that in the world.
And the injury bug is going around right now.
You see it in the NHL group hours down in Colorado and then you see another team fighting for it.
Right now, the Vancouver Canucks have actually lost 10 bar for a few weeks.
Here, uh, he's he's out.
I mean, what's gonna happen to the Vancouver Canucks? If Markstrom sound long term in that insane Pacific Division battle they got going on here? That's a huge loss.
Yeah, and I think right now I think that Thatcher dem coz they're back up if I'm not mistaken, is that correct? I believe um, I don't know how well he's been doing, but Mark Sharma's a big lawsuit.
It's always It's always unfortunate when you lose your number one goalie because that someone you get put a lot of trust and you rely on quite often and we've seen it a number of times.
You know, team lose their goalie and it kind of throws him off.
I want to say Arizona has been in a little bit of a downside since Darcy Kemper got injured.
So now they're really hanging with Antti Raanta, who's a quality backup.
He's just he's not a number one goalie, and Arizona is kind of paying dividends for you know it's, but it's, unfortunately, something you can't control.
Uh, it just kind of happens. It's free.
It's, uh, something that when it comes, you gotta assess the situation and realize what's the best step to solving this problem is that going out getting another goal, you trust who you're backup is to step in until, uh, your starters supposed to get back and you know, I mean, you know, for both you and I are fortunate in our teams that if our number one goalie went down we both have really solid backups and 200 omen for Dallas Yaro lock for you guys in Boston.
Um, we may be kind of take that for granted sometimes because, like I know if Freddy Anderson went down up in Toronto, Toronto would be a ****.
Show it over a few going exactly and, uh, kind of like, uh, try to think Willis is another another good goalie that well, even what about Bath Olesky and Tampa Bay? I mean, they have a great team, but if you have to bring in McElhaney or somebody here, your exact Exactly so you know, that's why you kind of got up.
It's rough when you lose your goalie.
And that's why I said you got assess the situation.
Figure out what the best what the best next step is into determining how to go about that problem and making sure that you set yourself for you.
Keep yourself in line first success and in the hunt, just enough toe wear when you're back.
Yeah, I mean, I couldn't agree more, and I mean, this league more than ever, is a two goal lead.
You have to have two capable goalies that can come in and bring it on any given night.
And I think that there's a few teams that all the most successful teams usually can do that.
I mean, you look at Washington, you look at Dallas.
Look at Fox, Tampa Bay Bath.
Levski's a one man working group that if he happened to go down, they would be in trouble.
We are at 69 people in the video right now.
I figured I would point that out to you tonight.
Nice life to see that night.
Uh, bringing me back to the old Billy Madison J.
Turned your books to page 69 69.
I love that. That was the fifth Theft movie.
One of the best comedies over the nineties.
Now, I want to end this on a strong note.
I gotta ask the question right now, there is and saying and the rock means insane.
Uh, race going on right now for the Calder Trophy.
You on one And you got the man Quinn used, uh, Vancouver can Oxy? He's killing it a lot better than his brother Jack's doing in New Jersey.
I'll tell you that for free 99 you can save the tax on that.
And then you got Kale.
MK are common in killing it this year for the Colorado Avalanche.
What a rookie defensive race. Both kids.
Absolutely crushing it right now.
Here, Ko Muk are ruins the Calder Trophy.
And why, Uh, right now I'm saying give me quitting use.
Um, I think we've seen in the past number of years.
Uh, they don't really the rookie.
The Rookie of the Year is always given, Thio that who which puts up the most points, which I think is a very lousy way of determining it.
Um, but, you know, both of these guys have come in help their teams quite a bit.
I just watching Quinn Hughes game.
I like what he does.
Just a little bit more than what my carted.
I was able to watch use a little bit when he played college punk up at the University of Michigan.
And, uh, he was just someone that I was very high on when he came out of his draft class.
I think he fell right into Vancouver's lap in Vancouver, was very happy to take him.
Um, I will say came a car's exceeded all expectations I had for him personally.
He's comment right away and been one of those best offensive defenseman on the Colorado team.
And, um, both of these guys really lack the defensive side of their games.
They're both offensive minded defenseman, and that's being shown Quinn used as 50 points Right now. Camel guards got 45.
Uh, but you know, it'll be a great race to continue to watch the rest of the way.
Um, I think youse will have to kind of step.
Actually, both these guys not I think I might have to step it up because both of their goal and starting always went down.
So down the stretch, we'll see if either of them has their defensive game improving.
But their offensive game is gonna need to be on point and in order to continue each other respective teams success.
But you're taking Quinn.
I disagree with you on this one.
I'm going kill my car.
I think the five points different isn't big enough for to overcome the fact of the Colorado average and everything that they they have ah, fired up this year u mass product a cz.
Well, kill my car, I believe.
Great, great defense of Ah, I think he's a great offensive defenseman and I think he does bring just a little bit more on the back end than Quinn here.
That's just for me personally and the team's success.
And, you know, he's kind of Quinn uses the name, but everyone's got kale.
MK are fever right now, including me.
I love both of them Flat kale.
MK are fever is definitely a little stronger than Clinton Youth fever.
And I see the way that the mainstream guide to all get votes on this stuff have spoken about cam a car that you and I just don't see anyway that they don't give it to him.
I think it's gonna be k on the car.
We'll see who's right at the end of the season, though.
Like we have our first head to head our first head to head disagreement here that we're gonna throw a little a little wager on you know what? We should throw up on it right now.
I will bet you a case of Molson Canadian a fine beer And what what? What's the big beer where you are.
Where were we? With the big Dallas here with the stars here.
I know that, but you're Ah, We'll get back.
I'll get back to you on that, but we can throw it.
We could throw a case on it.
Yeah, well, what is there any beers from Ohio? What's in Ohio? Beer, youngling.
You ever had, youngling? Oh, you're cut out on me right enough.
Well, Chris cut out on me.
So, uh, yes, I'm gonna Okay.
Yes, I just I know.
He's ah, I know.
He's, uh, ending the show here, so I didn't want to leave you out on a, uh, on an island by yourself.
There was going to say I was, uh we were in the middle of discussing our, um my Ohio beer.
Oh, is he coming back? Um all right. Okay.
Let's difficulty everybody.
We're a brutal weather here in 40 Eri.
My Internet went for a little spikes key here.
We've had freezing rain off the old dirty buffalo, uh, off the Niagara River and the old dirty old lake here.
You know what that's like being in Ohio that Greece yields that greasy, old like that.
Whether I'll give you the worst weather in the world. But no.
So what? What was the beer? We were talking here.
It cut out just as you said it.
I'm pretty sure youngling is Ah.
Is Ah, pretty common Ohio.
Bigger if you ever had it. Yeah.
Well, then I'll put a nice craft beer, maybe a locker room logger something up against it here from Canada.
We got a case of beer.
I got killed by a car.
He's got Quinn Hughes.
We got our first wager of the season.
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It's at C B u g a J s k y 14 Make sure to slow it down for me in the back Who could never understand me when I say it Chris Bugajski this man Crusoe.
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We're getting fired up.
We're getting excited. Guys.
Remember, if you don't run with part in the puck, run from it because we're here to stay.
Guys, we appreciate it Will catch you soon.