Brandon Morrow: I just can’t get over the Olympics, the pageantry, the honor, the pride of country. It almost brings a tear to my eye.
Vernon Fiddler: I know what you mean. Just a fantastic display of patriotism by all involved. The whole world is watching as they play their game.
Jaromir Jagr: I wish I could participate in the Olympics.
/room slowly turns to Jagr
Morrow: Jaromir, you have been in the Olympics.
Fiddler: 4 times.
Jagr: Oh yeah? Name one.
Morrow: 2 years ago in Vancouver.
Jagr: No, I must have been there to play the Canucks. I distinctly remember the Sedins.
Morrow: Well, sure, they were playing for Sweden.
Jagr: Sweden? In Vancouver? Canucks fans must have been upset.
Fiddler: No, I don’t think they were. Canada won the gold medal.
Jagr: Man, I tell you what, if I am playing in America, I am going to play for America, that’s all I’m saying.
Jagr: Do the Sedin’s still play for Sweden? Or are they back with the Canucks?
Jagr: You know, I think I am remembering it better. And I remember distinctly because I played for America.
Morrow: No you didn’t.
Jagr: Yes, yes I did. I was wearing the red white and blue.
Fiddler: Those are the same colors as the Czech Republic.
Jagr: Pshaw, like that’s a real place.
/Fiddler and Morrow give up.
Jagr: Man, I’ve been to Ontario, and I don’t remember London looking anything like this.