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Tom Glavine: NHL mogul?

Apr 22, 2011, 8:47 AM EST

Tom Glavine

As most Braves fans of a certain age know, Tom Glavine was a fourth round pick of the Los Angeles Kings in 1984 and seriously considered making hockey his sport. He was informed, however, that you don’t get credited with a goal when you miss the net by several inches to the left, so he gave it up.

I keed!

But no, seriously, Glavine loves hockey and, as our own Joe Yerdon writes over at PHT, he might get into the business of helping Atlanta keep the Thrashers.

  1. megary - Apr 22, 2011 at 10:17 AM

    “He was informed, however, that you don’t get credited with a goal when you miss the net by several inches to the left, so he gave it up.”

    Craig, sometimes I wonder about your direction and your motives, but I have to say that that’s the kind of line which keeps me coming back. Glad I had already finished my coffee before reading that beauty!

    • jimbo1949 - Apr 22, 2011 at 11:17 AM

      Obviously the NHL had no need for QuesTech.

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