Florida Panthers Draftee Rocco Grimaldi Not a Big Fan of Boobies

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Rocco Grimaldi, drafted 33rd in this year's NHL draft by the Florida Panthers, loves Jesus -- there's no doubt about that.

As far as boobies go, Grimaldi would prefer the ladies keep those bad boys covered up. And he's expressing his grievances on Twitter.

Whereas Florida Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison uses Twitter to bitch about his team -- which eventually earned him some time in the minors -- Grimaldi tends to talk about the Bible and how women should dress themselves.

We'll tell you right now that we selected some of the more awkward tidbits about the Panthers prospect, as well as the fact that he clearly doesn't understand the 140-character parameter.

Regardless, here's a little insight about who the Panthers picked this year:

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