Mr. Morris, Thank you for the kind words. I'm impatiently waiting the word on Kaner, and I'm pretty surprised we didn't get anything yesterday. With Morin and Pirri off to the WJCs, I'm curious who the 'Hawks plan to bring up. Makarov? I'd say Beach is doubtful. It will be an interesting time with both Kane and Hossa out. Hopefully the 'Hawks can survive the bump in the road, keep themselves on solid footing in the standings and forge ahead when the two weapons return.
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Mr Bartl, first of all, may I compliment you on your fine efforts, and secondly, may I also congratulate you on your eminenntly reasonable suggestion that Vik The Kwik Stalberg should be recruited to perform manly deeds with Miss Patterson so that Mr Boynton may focus more diligently on his Hawkey tasks. Les Pingouins de Pittsburgh have managed to win games consistently without the services of Comrade Evgeny Malkin and the Staal Brother Not Named Jared, Mark, Eric or Curly, yet the BlaqueHawques, it is feared, will spiral downward in the absence of Crazy 88. If the boys wearing the Indian Head will get their collective heads bolted on firmly, while keeping them on the swivel Edzo talks about, perhaps they will string together more than a few victories. Thanks again and looking forward to more sharp commentary from you.