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Reports coming out of San Jose say that GM Doug Wilson only traded for Karlsson as “a prank gone horribly wrong” to see if Ottawa owner Melynk was gullible enough to swap the franchise favorite superstar defenseman for a couple of no name players that he made up on the spot. Wilson later told TSN in an interview that he “didn’t expect Ottawa to take the offer seriously” and told Melnyk on Friday night that they could have Karlsson back because he felt bad as the Swedish defenseman was “the only reason Senators fans hadn’t slit their wrists years ago.” While many regard this fiasco as an affront to league protocol, physicians are questioning Senator's owner Eugene Melynk’s mental health as it is likely he suffered a stroke during that ill-fated trade call. He was reportedly taken into a senior home to undergo physical therapy but hasn’t been responding well to treatment. As we get more news on this development, we’ll keep you posted.: BREAKING NEWS 65 @nhl reflogic ERIK KARLSSON HASBEEN TRADED BACKTOTHE OTTAWA SENATORS Reports coming out of San Jose say that GM Doug Wilson only traded for Karlsson as “a prank gone horribly wrong” to see if Ottawa owner Melynk was gullible enough to swap the franchise favorite superstar defenseman for a couple of no name players that he made up on the spot. Wilson later told TSN in an interview that he “didn’t expect Ottawa to take the offer seriously” and told Melnyk on Friday night that they could have Karlsson back because he felt bad as the Swedish defenseman was “the only reason Senators fans hadn’t slit their wrists years ago.” While many regard this fiasco as an affront to league protocol, physicians are questioning Senator's owner Eugene Melynk’s mental health as it is likely he suffered a stroke during that ill-fated trade call. He was reportedly taken into a senior home to undergo physical therapy but hasn’t been responding well to treatment. As we get more news on this development, we’ll keep you posted.
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rushpartyofcanada: Justin Trudeau Unveils Plan To Meet Healthcare Needs Of Canada’s Aging Prog Rockers   OTTAWA—Saying it was only right to give back to those who had done so much for their country, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau unveiled a plan Thursday that would provide for the healthcare needs of the nation’s aging prog rockers.   Groups from Rush to Triumph to Harmonium are valued members of our society, and it’s our duty to ensure that they’re healthy enough to tour throughout their golden years,” said Trudeau at a press conference, explaining that a new bill slightly raising sales taxes would fully fund coverage for the increased expenses incurred by the nation’s elderly prog-rock vocalists, guitarists, and mellotron players. “While prog rockers represent over 5 percent of Canada’s GDP, they require an increasing amount of our healthcare funds, with The Guess Who and Voivod accounting for millions of dollars in annual medical spending alone. As band members get older and have trouble standing for the duration of 19-minute intros, remembering all the lyrics to their fantasy concept albums, or simply getting around a 40-piece drum kit, we owe it to them to do all we can.”   Trudeau’s plan has reportedly spurred calls for similar legislation in Norway, where citizens will increasingly have to contend with significant healthcare expenditures for their large and rapidly aging black metal population.  SOURCE: The Onion : rushpartyofcanada: Justin Trudeau Unveils Plan To Meet Healthcare Needs Of Canada’s Aging Prog Rockers   OTTAWA—Saying it was only right to give back to those who had done so much for their country, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau unveiled a plan Thursday that would provide for the healthcare needs of the nation’s aging prog rockers.   Groups from Rush to Triumph to Harmonium are valued members of our society, and it’s our duty to ensure that they’re healthy enough to tour throughout their golden years,” said Trudeau at a press conference, explaining that a new bill slightly raising sales taxes would fully fund coverage for the increased expenses incurred by the nation’s elderly prog-rock vocalists, guitarists, and mellotron players. “While prog rockers represent over 5 percent of Canada’s GDP, they require an increasing amount of our healthcare funds, with The Guess Who and Voivod accounting for millions of dollars in annual medical spending alone. As band members get older and have trouble standing for the duration of 19-minute intros, remembering all the lyrics to their fantasy concept albums, or simply getting around a 40-piece drum kit, we owe it to them to do all we can.”   Trudeau’s plan has reportedly spurred calls for similar legislation in Norway, where citizens will increasingly have to contend with significant healthcare expenditures for their large and rapidly aging black metal population.  SOURCE: The Onion

rushpartyofcanada: Justin Trudeau Unveils Plan To Meet Healthcare Needs Of Canada’s Aging Prog Rockers   OTTAWA—Saying it was only righ...

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