Sunday, December 17, 2006
We're gonna take a look around the Atlantic Division, but first...we are proud to bring you the second round of Pensblog Sticker Book Scans. ( Click here for the first round )
1989-90 Calgary Flames -- ( Page 1 ) ( Page 2 ) -- Special request from Pensblog friend Bryan Bell.
1989-90 Montreal Canadiens -- ( Page 1 ) ( Page 2 )
1989-90 New York Islanders -- ( Page 1 ) ( Page 2 )
1989-90 Buffalo Sabres -- ( Page 1 ) ( Page 2 )
--Tsn.ca's Darren Dreger asks if Therrien should have let Crosby make history in his 6-point performance against Philly.
The Pensblog asks if Darren Dreger would shut up.
Hey it's me Darren Dreger. I make a living by throwing poop on TSN.ca.
-- Could the slots license announcement be delayed?
The last time a slots license announcement was delayed, Jason Voorhees went nuts on people. Just a thought.
-- Check out the poll from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette...
As of 9:00pm est, 2,486 votes for the Isle of Capri.
About 150 apiece for the other ones. But public opinion doesn't matter, huh?
Kevin Weekes makes up for his horrid performance by breaking down to Michael Sembello's "Maniac".
As you can see from that awesome .gif image, the Pens are in the thick of the Atlantic Division race. Compared to last year at this time, you have to be pleased with where we're at.
The big news in the Atlantic this week was the Islanders trading defenseman Alexei Zhitnik to the Philadelphia Flyers for a box of Gushers.
They don't play on Friday the 22nd, which is good because I'll be checking out my friend (and Pensblog commenter) Andrew's stand-up act at The Improv in Homestead. The show starts at 8:00. $10 gets you in.
We at the Pensblog are praying that our Christmas present for you guys is ready this week.
If you've been reading the site lately, you probably know what it is.
Sunday Night Awesomeness:
The look on the guy's face at the :24 mark is gold.
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