I totally agree. This guy is whacked!panoo2004 said:I'm sorry, but he did NOT go to Edmonton with a gun to his head, he signed a five-year, $31.25 million contract on his own free will!!! He's from Canada, he played how many games in Edmonton when he was with Hartford and St. Louis? It's not like he fell of a turnip truck or anything. He has played in the western conference for over 10 years, and the NHL for 13 years, and they all included games in Edmonton!!!
And to think that his wife had no say in any of it, before he signed on the dotted line, come on, give me a break!!! Then she has to be a little crazy!!
He wanted to move early in the year, so he goes and signs a 5-year deal? That makes no sense at all. :thumbsdowIt happens all the time, players requesting to be moved, but for some reason, Edmonton fans took this one as a personal affront. Heaven forbid somebody should not want to live in Edmonton.
The organization was aware of Pronger’s desire to be moved early in the year, yet it rode him all the way to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final. That’s because even though he wished he were elsewhere, Pronger was professional when it came to doing his job. He played part of the year on a broken foot and through a portion of the playoffs with a partially separated shoulder.
That's the only thing this guy wrote that's true. He is probably the best all-around d-man in the NHL.By the end of the year, there was little doubt in anybody’s mind that he was once again the most complete defenseman in the game. Nobody possesses the ability to control a game, plays the quality minutes he does or has the ability to shut down opposing star players, as does Pronger. His 21 points in 24 games was the most by a defenseman in the playoffs since Brian Leetch scored 34 for the Rangers in 1993-94.
Everything else makes no sense at all. Obviously he must have some sort of relation to Chris Pronger or something.:dunno: