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12-11-2008, 04:59 PM
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You guys think its funny? I find it incredibly unprofessional and classless. Show a little respect.

And the fact that Gomez smirks his way through locker room interviews after losses is utterly infuriating.
Step 1) Step away from the computer.

Step 2) Gain a sense of humor.

Step 3) Watch the interviews again.

Step 4) Profit!

If you cannot follow these simple steps, then watch Chris Drury interviews, they are more your speed.

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12-11-2008, 05:09 PM
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"I also want to say to the people like Mike Milbury who made their living by criticizing me all the time, that they can kiss my ass." -Jaromir Jagr
there's no way he actually said that.

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12-11-2008, 05:19 PM
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You should be wearing a hat tooo

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12-11-2008, 05:20 PM
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there's no way he actually said that.
He did

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12-11-2008, 05:23 PM
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Step 1) Step away from the computer.

Step 2) Gain a sense of humor.

Step 3) Watch the interviews again.

Step 4) Profit!

If you cannot follow these simple steps, then watch Chris Drury interviews, they are more your speed.
LOL. He must have hated Shanny & Jagr's interviews also. They were just as good.

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12-11-2008, 05:24 PM
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there's no way he actually said that.
http://www.nypost.com/seven/07042008...one_118481.htm

It's at the bottom of the article.... COME BACK JAGS!!!! (I know he isn't, but I miss the big guy)

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12-11-2008, 05:29 PM
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there's no way he actually said that.
As has already been pointed out, he did. And it is relevant in this thread... who gave better interviews than JJ? Very few people, but Gomer is one. He's not even remotely as talented, but his interviews are always gems.

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12-11-2008, 05:47 PM
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You guys think its funny? I find it incredibly unprofessional and classless. Show a little respect.

And the fact that Gomez smirks his way through locker room interviews after losses is utterly infuriating.
relax, its nice to hear this every once in a while isntead of the same old cliches

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12-11-2008, 06:00 PM
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http://www.nypost.com/seven/07042008...one_118481.htm

It's at the bottom of the article.... COME BACK JAGS!!!! (I know he isn't, but I miss the big guy)
haha wow. I love Jagr.

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12-11-2008, 06:06 PM
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there's no way he actually said that.

Yea he did, It wa sin one of the local rags, the post or the news, post I think.

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12-11-2008, 06:31 PM
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You guys think its funny? I find it incredibly unprofessional and classless. Show a little respect.

And the fact that Gomez smirks his way through locker room interviews after losses is utterly infuriating.
You are 100% correct sir...........his wiseass remarks were funny 10 years ago when he was a teenager maybe, but the guy is almost 30, and its always the comment about the bad suit you're wearing...oh boy.

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12-11-2008, 07:12 PM
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Geez...lighten up! It was a harmless, silly interview after a win. I think his interview are great considering most of the responses sound like this...

"We just have to keep it simple and play our game. I have to play my game and keep it simple. Keep it simple. Play my game. It's a good group of guys. Like I said, all we have to do is just play our game and keep it simple."

This place kills me

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Geez...lighten up! It was a harmless, silly interview after a win. I think his interview are great considering most of the responses sound like this...

"We just have to keep it simple and play our game. I have to play my game and keep it simple. Keep it simple. Play my game. It's a good group of guys. Like I said, all we have to do is just play our game and keep it simple."

This place kills me
Agree with the "keep it simple crap", and "its all about playing our system" BS
those responses are as old as Madonna
Hey...we agree to disagree...thats what makes this hockey board so dam good !!!

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You know, though her music twists my intestines, Madonna still looks pretty damn good!

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You know, though her music twists my intestines, Madonna still looks pretty damn good!
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What in gods name...

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Wow, I stand corrected

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Gomer's a riot hahahaha

Sports isn't meant to be so serious -- its great to see Gomer realizes that and has some fun.

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"Sometimes they make it sound like I crossed the border two years ago with a bottle of tequila and a pair of skates--and voila, magic, I'm an NHLer," Gomez says. "I'm proud of my heritage. I know the sacrifices my mom and dad had to make.

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12-12-2008, 09:23 AM
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Geez...lighten up! It was a harmless, silly interview after a win. I think his interview are great considering most of the responses sound like this...

"We just have to keep it simple and play our game. I have to play my game and keep it simple. Keep it simple. Play my game. It's a good group of guys. Like I said, all we have to do is just play our game and keep it simple."

This place kills me
Amen Brother .. Lets not take out the lighter side of the sport....Man How I hate the retoric (sic) that some plauers vomit...
Team win, couldn't have done it without the help from the team, etc...BULLLSH!t.

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