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The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi mark the end of an era. A few eras, actually.
These players might not be the most integral to the final medal standings, or even play the most minutes on their team. But for some, 2014 will be their final Games. Let’s take a minute to appreciate all they’ve done while they’re still roaming the ice.
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Roberto Luongo is the epitome of unpredictable.
Sometimes he’ll get stoked for overtime – then miss the opening minutes because nature is calling.
Sometimes he’ll say, “I always want to put the team ahead of me,” when, in actuality, he’s minutes away from requesting a trade, which happened in April when Los Angeles terminated his Vancouver Canucks’ playoff run.
So we might not know how Roberto Luongo’s future will unfold. We do know this: When “Luongo” and “request” are mentioned in the same sentence, silly things happen.