Thursday, September 14, 2006
This rule change means pretty much nothing for the majority of the NHL with the exception of Jagr, and maybe Kovalchuk.....but nobody really cares about him because he is a tool. Jagr's history of "curvey" sticks is a quite amusing one....back to a game in Toronto where he was challenged, and then so discretely switched sticks with Francis...earning them each penalties on top of the illegal stick curve. Haha. Oh well, I'm not too concerned with this rule change, even if it will help out Jagr, because Kip Miller is playing for the Chicago Wolves of the AHL(haha). We're O.K.
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