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Extractions: Player Profile Situational Stats Game Log Other C ... LA Roster Track This Player Key Stats GLS AST PTS PIM TOI SPORTSLINE PLAYER RANKING Centers Complete Rankings Player News Following the signing of free agent Peter Forsberg, the Flyers dealt veteran Jeremy Roenick to the Kings on Thursday for a 2006 third-round draft pick and future considerations.
Extractions: PRESTO, Pa. Philadelphia Flyers center Jeremy Roenick has some advice for hockey fans who blame the NHL lockout on players' greed: Once it's finally settled, stay home. Advertisement "We're going to try to make it better for everybody, period, end of subject. And if you don't realize that, then don't come," said Roenick, who spoke at a charity golf event he played in over the weekend. "We don't want you at the rink, we don't want you in the stadium, we don't want you to watch hockey," he said Saturday at the Mario Lemieux Celebrity Invitational in suburban Pittsburgh. The NHL and the players association have been in almost daily negotiations to get a new collective bargaining agreement after the lockout that canceled the 2004-05 season. "I say personally, to everybody who called us 'spoiled,' you guys are just jealous ... we have tried so, so hard to get this game back on the ice," Roenick said.
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Extractions: Hockey news is scarce around the end of June, so a tirade from Jeremy Roenick fills the hole nicely. Last Saturday, the Flyers' center took a shot at fans who blame the players for the NHL lockout. "If people are going to sit and chastise pro athletes for being cocky - for being suck asses - they need to look at one thing and that's the deal we're going to be signing in about three weeks," he said. "Pro athletes are not cocky. Pro athletes care about the game. Everybody out there who calls us spoiled because we play a game - they can kiss my ass." "I will say personally, personally, to everybody who calls us spoiled - you guys are just jealous... We're trying to get this thing back on the ice and make it better for the fans. If you don't realize that, then don't come. We don't want you in the rink, we don't want you in the stadium, we don't want you to watch hockey."
Extractions: You know the dog days of winter are upon us when stupid little incidents that warrant a one-game suspension get tongues wagging all over the NHL. Last week it was Mats Sundin flicking a broken stick into the crowd (gasp!). This week its Jeremy Roenick tossing a water bottle (horrors!). Roenick submitted his entry for Meltdown of the Year on Tuesday, as the slumping Philadelphia Flyers lost 6-2 to Buffalo. It was a rough game for the Flyers' leading scorer, who took one stick in the face from a teammate and another from a Sabres' defenseman. The latter incident warranted at least a four-minute penalty, but none was called. The bruised and bloodied Roenick complained, using rather colorful language and gestures to bolster his argument, and got himself thrown out of the game. That's when he skated back to the bench and heaved a water bottle, which skittered across the ice and bounced off an official's skate. For this, he was handed an additional one-game suspension. Seems reasonable. Referees, no matter how lousy their work, should not have to keep an eye out for flying objects. They miss enough of the action as it is.
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NHL.com - News jeremy roenick had barely had time to decipher the news that he had been jeremy certainly plays the game of hockey at a very high tempo, Kings GM Dave http://www.nhl.com/news/2005/08/232096.html
Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Nashville New Jersey NY Islanders NY Rangers Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL ELITE NHL Officials NARCh Mighty Roos Eishockey.com flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive And if anyone can keep a promise about making things fun, it's Roenick, one of hockey's most irrepressible personalities. At the start of the week, it seemed far-fetched that Roenick would be a King rather than a Philadelphia Flyer. But when Flyers GM Bob Clarke swooped in and signed free-agent center Peter Forsberg, the Flyers needed to shed salary to adhere to the new salary cap, and Roenick was asked about a move to the Western Conference. "I think I fit well in L.A. I'm an L.A. kind of guy," said Roenick, who certainly brings a lot of glitz to his game, notching career totals of 475 goals and 645 assists in 1,124 with the Flyers, Chicago Blackhawks and Phoenix Coyotes.
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Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey NY Islanders NY Rangers Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St. Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL NHL Officials Mighty Roos Eishockey.com Hockeyghiaccio flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Hockey Injuries Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive BOSTON, MA, USA CHICAGO's 1 st -round choice (8 th overall) in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft. A highly skilled center, Roenick combines great speed, passing and finishing skills and a physical style. He plays with emotion, handles the puck well, throws solid hits and provides leadership. Selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the first round (eighth overall) of the 1988 Entry Draft. Played in six NHL All-Star games. Scored over 100 points for the Blackhawks in three consecutive seasons (1991-92 through 1993-94). Game By Game Stats: Career Regular Season Stats Season Team GP G A P PIM PP SH GW GT Shots Pct Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Coyotes Coyotes Coyotes Coyotes Coyotes Flyers Flyers Flyers NHL Totals
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