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10-07-2003, 04:04 AM
Join Date: Aug 2002
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It's like I tell anyone who will listen, it's very easy to be a hockey expert. All you have to do is wake up in the morning and realize your head is an empty vessel. Then you talk all day long to the really smart people in the game and fill your head with all their information. Then you go on TV, regurgitate everything you were told and sound like an expert. Before you go to bed at night, you empty your head of everything, go to sleep and do all it over again the next day. The day you're in trouble as a "hockey expert" is the day you actually start believing you're the smart guy when it's really all the smart people in the game who make you look good.
p.s. Ryder had better play well his year; I took him in the TSN rookie pool.
Then you must know a lot of hockey-smart persons... of course, if you didn't, you wouldn't be able to do your job as well as you do
Keep up the good work!
I'm only a regular fan, probably less knowledgeable about the Habs than most posters here, but I wouldn't be too worried about Ryder, his carreer so far has one constant... to surprise and succeed when least expected
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