Jeremy Roenick- Part 3
Papa asks JR about his accomplishments and Jeremy talks about how honored he is to be the third highest American born goal-scorer.
Well I want to ask you about your accomplishments throughout your career 513. Career goals you are number three all time in the history of the nationally folks he's scored the third most goals of all American born. Players aren't as bad as first off 500 goals as a automatic entry into the hockey hall of fame and -- Like -- of Canada but to be. The guys that are grown up in this country that scored the third most -- of anybody who want to make you feel you know it's pretty unbelievable pitchers did and you don't really think about it until you. You sit there and you like to look at the numbers like like on the screen just look at the guys that are that are more than. You think about the guys on that on the all time list Saddam now. Among I'd never five in a million years say if you were told me this when I was eighteen years old that's as I wouldn't I would've said you're crazy it's his. The never gonna have to me I'm just happy to be here but I've been fortunate played with great teams with great players and enjoyed the game in. That have been pretty much injury free for most my career that except this year this area that now but and I'm very very blessed and very eyes one more thing you wanna do -- you've done everything I've. Extended I've wanted to do you know I've never really been into winning and that BP trophy and have been winning the scoring trophy. My goal is to win the Stanley Cup and Doug Wilson's give me opportunity by bringing me here to San Jose and got I think this. I'm wishing you great luck on the Sharks at your beautiful family is here tonight you have your your -- like yourself if you win. Well that the energy guys when the Stanley Cup this year beautiful ray Bork to the executive -- as well just talked about earlier he went out on top. And right I think that's some that I would like to do to I didn't think I was gonna do that a couple years back. Now having this opportunity here in San Jose and being very honored at that to win the Stanley Cup. I would. Most likely I think 99% be done but Brad Lukowich said to me it's one thing to win the Stanley Cup but it's another thing to defend --