Posted: April 9, 2012 in Uncategorized

ProHockeyTalk

In October, Ilya Bryzgalov provided one of the season’s best soundbites when, in trying to explain his poor play, he said he was “lost in the woods.”

Now — just prior to the start of the Stanley Cup playoffs — Bryz is at it again with references to the outdoors. On Monday, one intrepid reporter asked the Flyers goalie for his take on Philly’s opening round opponent, the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Here’s how that went:

Reporter: What’s the biggest threat that the Penguins have?

Bryzgalov: You know, I’m not afraid of anything. I’m afraid of bears — bears in the forest.

And here’s the video:

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While this quote isn’t a big deal — what was Bryz going to say, that he’s terrified of the Pens? — you have to wonder if some within the Flyers organization aren’t awkwardly pulling at their collars…

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