Hockeymom1960

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  1. 6/22 GDT - 2018 Entry Draft

    Hughes looks like he's 14 years old.
  2. 6/22 GDT - 2018 Entry Draft

    I like his swagger
  3. 6/22 GDT - 2018 Entry Draft

    Well he didn't screw this up this time
  4. 6/22 GDT - 2018 Entry Draft

    Every draftee saying to themselves "not me, please not me" when Arizona picks.
  5. 6/22 GDT - 2018 Entry Draft

    And there will he rot.
  6. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    Ok you tell me what his point is?
  7. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    Trust me, no one will miss Smith-Pelly at the White House
  8. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    Yet Vegas casinos risk losing millions if they do win. GO CAPS!!
  9. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    I wonder if the league will look at it.
  10. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    What the hell was that kind of hit....
  11. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    GO CAPS!!!!!!
  12. Wings Sign Free Agent Goalie Matej Machovsky

    Detroit's always done a s***ty job with handling their goalies
  13. All Purpose Grand Rapids Griffins Thread

    What Is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome? Thoracic outlet syndrome refers to a group of conditions that develop when the blood vessels or nerves in the thoracic outlet become compressed. The thoracic outlet is the narrow space between your collarbone and first rib. Blood vessels, nerves, and muscles that extend from the back to the arms pass through this area. If the space in the thoracic outlet is too narrow, these structures can become compressed. The increased pressure on the blood vessels and nerves may cause pain in your shoulders, neck, and arms. It can also cause numbness or tingling in your hands. The cause of thoracic outlet syndrome isn’t always known. However, it may be triggered by physical trauma from a car accident, repetitive movements, or certain structural abnormalities. Treatment for thoracic outlet syndrome typically consists of physical therapy and medication. Surgery may be needed if symptoms don’t improve after initial treatment.
  14. 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thread

    GO PETR!!