Ilya Bryzgalov had plenty of time this season to babble on about bears, the universe, the woods, and other arcane bits of knowledge.
He kept quiet on Thursday.
Staying out of the locker room on the day Philadelphia packed up and headed home might be the first sign the Flyers' quirky goalie learned a lesson that he's paid $51 million to win games and not play the room like a late night talk show host.
"His job is to stop pucks and help us win games," Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said. "It's not Comedy Central."
He gets it.