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Topic - Jeremy Roenick
Ovechkin still enjoys scoring goals, but he's no longer the kid at Christmas he used to be. The goals don't come quite as easily anymore, at least not often enough to drown out the wave of criticism around him.
Jeremy Roenick just can't stop himself from being emotional.
Funny, emotional and also humbled, Jeremy Roenick showed Thursday night that he could be as colorful and outspoken in retirement as he was during his 20-year NHL career.
Jeremy Roenick and brothers Kevin and Derian Hatcher are among five new members of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.
Jeremy Roenick and defensemen brothers Kevin and Derian Hatcher were selected Thursday for induction into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.
"Everywhere I go, everybody asks me about Derian, and I'll put this one to rest right now," Roenick said. "Derian, I respect you, and I'm jealous of you because of your Stanley Cup. But never, ever did I feel one bit of animosity for our competitive level and what we did on the ice."
"Wow, what a night," Roenick said. "This award means everything to me."