jrodimus Posted October 3, 2007 Report Share Posted October 3, 2007 CALGARY--In a most unlikely turn of events, Flames goalie Mike Vernon is enjoying a two-game shutout string. "I can't believe it myself," said the mediocre goaltender,"I'm really not that good." Flames coach Jrodimus was also pleasantly suprised at his teams' consecutive blankings of the Rangers and Blackhawks. "A Vernon shutout is about as rare as a Bigfoot sighting," quipped the embattled coach. "We hope he keeps it up." During the post-game interview, Chicago center Jeremy Roenick was asked about Vernon's performance. "I can't explain it, he's really not that good. We had our chances. Every time I'd look up and see that goofy-looking bastard staring back at me through the mask, I'd start giggling and lose the puck. It's really not fair. I think he should be forced to wear a mask under his mask. He's a real distraction out there."--AP Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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