Saturday, December 6, 2008
How perfectly placed is Charlie's hockey stick.
Thanks to SNYPER for coming up with the idea.
Ain't no party like a Scotiabank party.
There is nothing like getting the hate juices flowing early on a Saturday.
The Sens have been a joke this year, but we knew that was coming for a long time.
But let's not forget how one game can change a season. Over a year ago, the Pens were in the Sens shoes, except none of them fled the country after committing a crime.
The Pens were a similar 8-11-2.
The Sens were an astounding 16-4-1. They were cruising.
Then, the Sens pooped themselves in 6-5 shootout loss and went 27-27-1 the rest of the way.
There is no reason to think something like that will happen, but it is amazing how fast things change.
Joko Ruutu will be up to some old tricks. He had some interesting thoughts on the Avery thing.
"It wasn't a surprise," said Senators winger Jarkko Ruutu. "If you want people to respect you off the ice, you better behave off the ice. Stuff that happens on the ice, stays on the ice. I think that's been the code forever. You've got to be smart with what you say. No one can dispute (he crossed the line)"
TK is out 4-6 weeks.
We're in a hurry doing this post. There's a link somewhere.
Interesting article about Malkin and Crosby having a good competition going. [TRIB]
"Call them the "Dynamic Duo," though keep in mind that neither Malkin nor Crosby digs that tag."
"No matter their nickname -- "Mega Powers" has gained steam recently on the Internet -- there is reason to believe this season could be remembered as the point in hockey history when two transcendent talents firmly asserted themselves as a center tandem for the ages.""Mega Powers" gaining steam on the internet?
Wonder where that came from?
We did a double take when Sabu said something about it last game.
The photoshop is from reader Justin Falce. Just another example of how a photoshop can change your life.
We fully expect this photoshop to be hanging in Section F of the Mellon by the end of the season.
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