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Ales Kotalik’s Negative Success

from the Associated Press:

Give Ales Kotalik bonus marks for effort — and semantics.
The Buffalo Sabres forward creatively categorized his team’s current rough patch as anything but what most — even his coach, Lindy Ruff — are referring to as a bona fide slump.
“You guys always like to call it a slump. It’s your job,” Kotalik said, referring to reporters after practice Tuesday. “I would call it a stretch of results we are not used to.”

Those of us who’re passionate about the English language would call that “brilliantly-crafted BS.”



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