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10-02-2007, 12:00 AM
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interview with Darius Kasparaitis

i havent read the article completely yet but its about how he felt he was treated by the rangers and his side of the story

http://www.orato.com/node/10419?page=1

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Good article. I wish there were more direct quotes from him though.

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pretty good (and long) article.

Good luck to the writer & to Kasper. Hopefully he makes it to Team Russia 2010.

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tough situation......

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Admittedly I have not read the interview yet, but I fail to see how he would have "a side to the strory". I don't see how he feels he could have been wronged by the Ranger organization. He signed an expensive longterm contract. You take the good and bad that comes with it.

I'm also not sure when Kaspar became a Ranger legend. If Brian Leetch can be unceremoniously be shipped out, how is Kaspar immune.

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Good read, thanks for passing it along. Hopefully Darius will enjoy playing for as long as he likes.

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grew up like most kids in the Soviet Union…cold and hungry.


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grew up like most kids in the Soviet Union…cold and hungry.

Haha yeah, there's some interesting stuff in there but I wouldn't say it was well-written.

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I always looked at Kaspar like one of those guys who you hate when they're on another team and love when they're on yours. I'm glad to see he got his life back in order and that he's ready to play, regardless of where he ends up - and it's good to hear how supportive the Rangers have been of his efforts.

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Admittedly I have not read the interview yet, but I fail to see how he would have "a side to the strory". I don't see how he feels he could have been wronged by the Ranger organization. He signed an expensive longterm contract. You take the good and bad that comes with it.

I'm also not sure when Kaspar became a Ranger legend. If Brian Leetch can be unceremoniously be shipped out, how is Kaspar immune.
The name misleads, Sbob. It really isn't "his side" so much as a more personal view of the events. There's no badmouthing the Rangers in it, more of an explanation. Nothing too special but a good read. 8 pages instead of 3 long ones is a bit annoying though.

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Bleh, such a sensationalistic article. What drama queen wrote that? Either way, some good quotes and good information in it.

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