Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 03/11/06 at 11:46 AM ET
Sandis Ozolinsh just laughed when he was asked if he felt like a new person after going through the NHL's substance-abuse program. Then it was suggested to the newest member of the Rangers that perhaps he was just a better version of the old person. "Maybe, that's not for me to judge," said the 33-year-old defenseman, who voluntarily entered the program Dec. 29 and was cleared to resume his career Feb. 14. "I'm just enjoying the time right now, playing hockey, being on the ice. It's all good right now. If I have a bad game, which I don't think will happen, of course, I'll be singing a different song."continued
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