Column on what this means and what he has meant
Good Luck, Schrocky..... loved watching you play. You were an inspiration to many folks. I will miss your hustle and toughness very much. Take care and I am sure you will be successful at anything you choose to do.....
What a career decision, toughest youll ever make. Youll alway have the what ifs but be proud of your locally born talent. Im proud to have seen you play and even greater you were from my hometown aswell, Fort Wayne. Your leadership experience is exactly what your future will need as you begin your new career. The corporate world will line up to your doorstep and I only wish to continue to see your name in the local paper. Keep following those you look up to, keep improving for those who check you, and keep leading those who look up.
Best of luck in your future. .loved 2 watch you play. .your altitude. .demeanor. .presence..hustle..have always supported you..will miss you
Maybe you can come back as an assistant coach...have fun with your new life...
I dont think I could add on the the comments above. All well said and deserving. Our city and team are blessed to have had you. Your record and acheivments speak for themselves.
Roman Will in Avs 3 Day Player Development camp this week. http://avalanche.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=774025
If you looked up Schrock in the dictionary it would be defined as the true heart and soul of being a Komet.
Schrocky will be the last chapter in this era of Komet Hockey and a great last chapter it was.
Best wishes Schrocky.
Christian Ouellet signed in France.
Justin Hodgman signs with St. Louis Blues.
Christian Ouellet was always something of an enigma to me. Most of the time he just never gave me positive vibes, and then suddenly, he'd jump out and totally control one or two games in a row then (just as suddenly) slide back into the shadows. Sixteen goals in sixty-two games isn't anything to sneeze at but at the same time it always felt (to me) that something was missing.
Nothing at all against him, and I wish him the best of luck, but I was surprised when the K's put him on their season-ending roster list (20 players).
Good for Justin Hodgman. St. Louis might be the right organization for him. I'm still hoping that as his career draws closer to the end, he remembers that he'd like to come back here again.
WOW, you couldnt just say. Thanks and best of luck to Ouellet, could you.
You have always been an enema to me too.
Really hoping to hear some sort of news this week. Very interesting to see who we will be affiliated with if Colorado says no. Thoughts?
HAWKS, enigma (as Alan put it), and enema ( as you put it) are two completely different things. Lol