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You ask me a hockey question, I got into a football question.”And, with a touch of that outspoken and off-the-cuff attitude, Gomez described part of his motivation for, perhaps, one day wanting to coach.“No, not yet,” Gomez said when asked if he had asked about any coaching opportunities.

I hated so many coaches, I almost have to coach to see.

Scott Gomez was in the middle of an answer regarding his current pursuits now that he’s a retired hockey player when Chris Terreri, now the Devils goalie coach, left the practice ice at the Barnabas Health Hockey House at Prudential Center and spotted his former teammate on the way to the dressing room.“Holy jeez,” Terreri said, greeting Gomez.

For starters, he’ll join play-by-play announcer Matt Loughlin and analyst Sherry Ross on the One Jersey Network’s broadcast of Sunday’s Devils-Rangers game at Madison Square Garden.

Gomez also played for the Canadiens, Sharks and Panthers as he had 181 goals and 575 assists in 1,079 career NHL regular-season games.

But, no, there will never be a moment where you’re lacing your skates up for practice.

Gomez, who turns 37 two days before Christmas, will be inside the glass, in between the two team’s benches.“It’s definitely a different kind of adjustment.”For Gomez, it’s part of the realization that he’s no longer an active player.“I think when you realize when you’re not part of it anymore, you’ve got to get it through your head,” Gomez said.

You’re not going to last in the locker room forever.

The shield on which it is placed is azure, symbolising the sky.

The eagle holds in its talons the insignia of sovereignty: a mace and a sword, the latter reminding of Moldavia’s ruler, Stephen the Great whereas the mace reminds of Michael the Brave, the first unifier of the Romanian Principalities.