"People say, 'Oh, you're old, you can't play anymore,' but I truly believe it was kind of a fluke season," Roberts said. "Everybody has a year once and a while with injuries. I'm close to being 100 percent and really feel good coming in this year and having a good season."
Mr. Gary, ever since you turned 35 years old--you know, when most hockey players begin thinking about hanging 'em up, you've played in 69, 14, 72, 58, 69 and 38 games. That's a six year average of missing almost 30 games a season. At what point does it become a fluke.
Then again, we don't want to end up like this:
So, you know....It's all a fluke!