This poetic prose is from the poised, prolific and prosaic penmanship of Muskegon's Terry Ficorelli who is always pressed, persuasive, punctual and pleasant:
What was once thought to be score 36 or more goals for Robin Bouchard to become the all-time greatest goal-scoring colossus ever in the history of minor professional hockey has been researched and revised with the findings hatching a rather interesting and intriguing result.
Upon further review, the official bible books, savants and certified hockey mavens have discovered that the 18-goals which "Rockin' Robin" fired during his 2006-07 season playing for the Bolzano HC team in Italy cannot and will not be included in his overall career minor pro hockey statistical profile.
Thus, though he has scored a grand total of 647-goals in his majestic career, "The Gun-Sling King" is officially credited with 629-goals expressly for the purposes of the all-time minor pro hockey record.
Through this development, the Lumberjacks incomparable #32 officially stands 54-goals from the exclusive promised land and the top of the goal-scoring pinnacle.
Currently in his 16th pro season and his 13th in Muskegon, Bouchard is coming off an electrifying 2-goals and 3-points performance last Saturday night on opening night at Walker Arena where he and the