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by IwoCPO on 04/23/12 at 03:17 AM ET
Greg Wyshynski will tell you he didn’t write it, so therefore he deserves no blame. No responsibility whatsoever. Same patter. Same BS from innocent little Greg.
Forget the swipes at the unemployment situation in Detroit. We get it. We’re used to it. We don’t get offended anymore. It’s reality and we’re dealing with it. But this? Before it was deleted, here’s a line Wyshynski reviewed and approved for inclusion in the Puck Daddy Wing Eulogy.
Our next guest is Vladimir Konstantinov! Roll your old bones up here, Vladimir, and say a few words…
Wyshynski left it there until the outcry in the comments became too one-sided. He wasn’t done, though.
The man who is first on that list with an amazing 1,687 career games is Gordie Howe. And as soon as he remembers where Joe Louis Arena is located, I’m sure he’ll be here to congratulate you on your career. Or wish you happy birthday.
I’ve told you for years the reason why it’s an outright joy whenever Blues fans are disappointed. It’s comments like that. It’s the occasional Vlady references. And yep, that was “written” by Brad Lee and Sean Gallagher from St. Louis Game Time.
Absolute scum bags. And Wyshynski’s no better. Not one bit. Your blog, Greg. Your rules. It’s what you allow and what you promote. Disclaimers don’t mean squat.
Dementia jokes about Gordie Howe? And Konstantinov jokes before that? Got it.
Defend this one, Greg.
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