Ranger Fan Bobby Granger Mixes Up With Rangers


New Yorkers are having fun with currently running New York Rangers television campaign, called "Bobby Granger's Guide to the Rangers," in which a fan named Bobby Granger interacts with new York Ranger players to, among other things, explain this season's new rules.

One spot's got Ville Nieminen doing what he does best, swearing. One has Bobby trying to teach the non-New York players how to speak "new yawk" which doesn't go over too well with Canadian Dominic Moore. Another has Booby getting Russian language lessons from Jaromir Jager which gets him into trouble with Petr Prucha.

by Steve Hall    Oct-28-05   Click to Comment   
Topic: Campaigns, Commercials, Television   

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Yo man, it is Czech, not Russian! Throw that yoke off.

Posted by: jfl on October 28, 2005 11:57 AM

You need a REAL plugin to play.
You'd think they'd have the brains to make Quicktime and/or Windows Media files available too. Is it funny? I'll never know.
Shame on someone.

Posted by: KRank on October 28, 2005 1:56 PM

Jaromir Jagr(not Jager) is from the Czech Republic. His (and mine) country is situated in central Europe bordering with Germany, Poland, Austria and Slovakia.
Inhabitians of the Czech Repuclic speaks with CZECH language NOT RUSSIAN one!In fact many Czech people do not like Russian language:D Please,take this note seriously and repair the article above.Thanks.

P.S. Apologise my bad english.

Posted by: Lukas on May 19, 2006 2:16 PM

no jasne ty amickej vozembouchu, hned to oprav, nebo ti s ruskejma kamosema natrhnem prdel!

Posted by: koohan on May 22, 2006 6:13 AM