Wednesday, February 14, 2007
...Jocelyn Thibault holds the Penguins' playoff hopes in his hands. He's probably going to start another 5-10 games before the end of the season.
The sooner that Pens fans realize that T-Bo is huge, the easier it will be to warm up to him.
Be nice to him, unlike the Post-Gazette, who can't even use a current picture of him in this article.
...Check out the New NHL Commercial...
...Bob Smizik stops smelling his own farts and writes an article about how the Penguins are a TV-ratings honeypot...
...ESPN.com's Terry Frei writes an article about the Cal Ripken's of the NHL.
Right now, Karlis Skrastins of the Avalanche holds the current record with 468 games and counting.
Frei even finds a way to mention Martin Brodeur and say that Marty should be in the running, even though he sits out for his backup.
The overall Iron Man is Doug Jarvis of the Montreal Canadiens, who played 964 games consecutively.
I watched Bananas in Pajamas 847 days in a row from 1989-1991.
The streak ended on November 12, 1991, when my Uncle Steve dressed up as a Banana and touched me where I pee.
Head coach of the Isles Ted Nolan honored his Indian roots by conveying his shootout lineup to the refs via a smoke signal.
..Florida beats the rapidly sinking Habs 1-0...
Guy Carbonneau how does it it feel:
"It's like walking in quicksand. You take one step forward and three steps back"
...Tampa Bay and Carolina both get 2 points...
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
Hopefully, you don't pull a Martin Brodeur and cheat on your wife with her sister.
Be careful driving out there on Wednesday.
Don't be like this guy and flip Mark Eaton off.
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