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2010 Stanley Cup Champs?

14 May 2010 - 04:35 PM

I want and anticipate an Original 6 SCF even though I only like one O6 team (Detroit).

Possibly the most lowbrow movie trailer I've ever seen

14 January 2010 - 02:12 PM

I'm pretty sure this was written and directed by a 13 year old boy haha.

So who is going to go see it? tongue.gif

Ovekchin vs Downie fight... almost

13 January 2010 - 04:44 PM

I found it pretty funny that Bradley pretty much beelines it from the bench to Steve Downie like that. However, I was curious to finally see how AO would do in a fight.

Anyway, what do you guys think about Bradley racing over and jumpin in like that? I like Ovechkin but at some point, with his style of play he'll need to answer the bell (which he appeared willing to do).

*damn it, spelled his name wrong in the title!!

Sid the Kid vs. Alexander The Great - Olympics 2010 Special

09 December 2009 - 05:23 PM


Howe vs. Richard. Gretzky vs. Lemieux. And now Crosby vs. Ovechkin. Hockey rivalries are as old as the game itself and the latest duo battling for the title of No. 1 are featured in a two-part, two-hour original special entitled Sid The Kid V. Alexander The Great. The special takes fans inside the contrasting lives of Canadian Sidney Crosby and Russian Alexander Ovechkin – two players striving to lead their nation to men’s hockey gold at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

Canadian Sidney Crosby and Russian Alexander Ovechkin are arguably the two best hockey players in the world. But who is No. 1
Sid The Kid or Alexander The Great?

This is a portrait of hockey's two greatest superstars and their accomplishments on and off the ice.
From pop culture superstardom to skills and in-depth stats, SID THE KID vs. ALEXANDER THE GREAT offers insight into what makes these two players special on and off the ice. Crosby and Ovechkin both brilliant within his own game, both eventually headed for the Hall of Fame. Which one is better? Which player can lead their nation to Olympic gold? No one knows. But everyone has an opinion.