Was something lost in translation, or is Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov feeling lost in the woods again?
Bryzgalov gave a lengthy interview with the Russian sports site Championat, and it was translated onto Deadspin on Wednesday, with several "highlights."
It should be known that, in the past, Bryzgalov has claimed some of his Russian comments have been translated incorrectly into English.
Bryzglaov could not be reached for comment Wednesday night.
Here are some of the latest Bryz-isms, according to Deadspin:
"….This is not a small part of the city. Too many do not work, live on welfare and get food stamps for. They just do not want to work. Their principle is: 'Why should I work when I can live, let them raise taxes on the rich,' which are injected. "
Whether Bryzgalov made these comments or not, you have to wonder if Flyers management has had enough of the side show.
The Flyers have the option of using a buyout on Bryzgalov in the off-season; they have been leaning toward keeping him and having him battle Steve Mason for the No. 1 job next season.
Will that stance change?