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#2177846 Subliminal Sidney Crosby Messages in NHL commercials?

Posted by 55fan on 20 May 2011 - 10:33 PM

Show me a clip and maybe I'll join your "zomg Crosby getting moar attention rage" crusade.

That's a lie. Even if his is the only name showing, who cares?

My crusade? Excuse me? I'm just asking why in 4 pages no one answered the original question. I've seen the commercial. You do see Sidney highlighted.

If the rest of the world would like to post for another 4 pages of Sidney-bashing with a sprinkling of Sidney-love and a few hissy fits thrown in, that's cool with me.

I was just wondering why Crosby, which was the actual topic of this thread. I am not on a crusade. Stop putting words in my mouth and acting like this is all my doing. I am not the OP. Excuse me for actually discussing the question put forth.


#2177839 May 21- End of the World?

Posted by 55fan on 20 May 2011 - 10:22 PM

The guy's been studying the Bible for 50 years and he missed the parts about Judgment coming "like a thief in the night" and "no one knows, not even the angels in heaven"?

Dude needs another 50 years of studying.


#2177703 Subliminal Sidney Crosby Messages in NHL commercials?

Posted by 55fan on 20 May 2011 - 02:26 PM

So... in 4 pages, has anyone actually answered the original question?

Why was only Sidney Crosby visible on the Cup? It's pretty blatant. It's not like they just happened to get a shot of the Cup where his name was. Why not some of the great names from the past? Why not just a shot of the Cup? If they just happened to shoot it there, why not show the rest of the team?


#2177087 Brad McCrimmon will not return for 2011/2012

Posted by 55fan on 19 May 2011 - 09:19 AM

Egads! Upon whom shall we now lay blame for our flaws?


#2175696 Congratulations to the Sharks

Posted by 55fan on 14 May 2011 - 09:59 PM

I hope the Shark fans have gone home. This is getting embarrassing.

You don't have to root for them. Just go through the handshake line or pull a Chelios and vanish into another thread where you can ***** to your hearts' content.


#2175373 Derek Boogaard found dead

Posted by 55fan on 13 May 2011 - 10:28 PM

Living in Wild territory, I developed a liking for the guy. Would have loved to have seen him on our side.

He used to sponsor a fight camp to teach kids how to defend themselves if they were in a fight.

RIP, and condolences to his friends and family.


#2174786 Story Time

Posted by 55fan on 13 May 2011 - 05:28 AM

Scott


#2172852 700 Posts for a Sharks Game 7 Win

Posted by 55fan on 12 May 2011 - 07:24 AM

Sharks win 63 to -9.

All Sharks including the back-up goalie and McClellan with hat tricks. Homer gets a "Callbacktrick" in which 9 goals that he didn't score are called back due to goaltender interference.


#2172847 Wing/hockey dreams

Posted by 55fan on 12 May 2011 - 07:10 AM

I drempt that I was Jimmy's goalie coach. I was Yoda-sized and flew around on a little flying carpet. I had him blindfolded and was saying all sorts of Jedi-esque things like, "Feel the flow of the air as the puck leaves the ice and rises. You will know that it is going top shelf. You must learn to feel which way the puck is going. Be one with the air, and you become one with the puck." That kind of drivel.

Nothing really happened. Just a lot of me talking and floating on my magic carpet.


#2172603 700 Posts for a Sharks Game 7 Win

Posted by 55fan on 11 May 2011 - 04:14 PM

It will end tonight.


#2170570 Game 6

Posted by 55fan on 10 May 2011 - 06:53 AM

Play like you don't want to have to listen to your fans whine all summer.


#2170323 Can The Wings Win This Series?

Posted by 55fan on 09 May 2011 - 04:05 PM

I understand those who address specific deficiencies such as our defense needing to tighten up, or our offense needing to score more. I'm cool with that.
I understand those who have looked at both teams and decided that the Sharks are better, so they won't be as disappointed if we lose than if we had lost to Phoenix or a lesser team like that. I'm cool with that.

I sort of understand those who see that we're down to elimination games and who throw in the towel early. They're probably young and have never learned that life requires you to grind through to the very end. This is, after all, the immediate gratification generation. It's annoying, but they'll grow up.

What I can't understand is those who have given up and insist on wearing their lack of faith as some sort of badge of intelligence. I don't understand those who belittle the faithful for sticking with a team that is still in the race. I don't understand those who look at the series and say, "Well, we're behind. Time to give up." and then proceed to ridicule those who don't follow their defeatist attitude.

They can suck my hockey stick. I still believe.


#2168759 Can The Wings Win This Series?

Posted by 55fan on 08 May 2011 - 06:37 PM

We won a game with O'Hal and Watson officiating.

Need we more to believe in miracles?


#2168454 Wings in Seven

Posted by 55fan on 07 May 2011 - 06:21 PM

Well, you're right for one game :)

What we need now is a dominating game. If we lose game 5, well, we all know what the big problem there is finding something else interesting on TV since the Wings won't be playing anymore.

If we win game 5, by a slight margin, we're still down, and probably wearing out faster than the Sharks at this point. Games 6, and 7 will be progressively more difficult. It's not so much about playing the odds of the series score, as much as it is gauging the amount of effort, and exhaustion that comes with making a slow comeback from such a series. Philly did it last year, but they didn't win the cup, and looked beat to death against chicago much of the time. Every game gets harder as a series goes on, and this applies to both teams, but it tends to seem to affect the team that is fighting for survival more. Game 5 will be harder.

This is why, in order to have a shot in this series, we obviously need to win game 5, but even more important is we need to blow them out in game five.

As proven in game 4, a 3 goal lead is not a safe lead. Unfortunate, because usually it would be.

We need to blow them out in game 5, if we want to push it to 7. Blow them out in game 5, put them on their heels, make them question what they have, and create a sense of urgency. Force them to play aggressive, and hopefully sloppy in game 6.

Their goaltending was solid again, but shakier. And now we're scoring on spin-o-rama's, and pond skip bounce style shots. Two "NO WAY DID THAT GO IN!!!" goals in one game, will perhaps inspire the wings to take the uncalculated shot, take the sloppy shot, and just shoot, shoot, shoot. We beat Niemi twice on very strange shots. OK, if he wants to play a perfect game against a perfect system, perhaps we just need to shoot ANYTHING at him. Cause it worked once, and if it works again.... Crush a goalies confidence, and he loses skill points :)

Game 5 really doesn't mean much (Aside from total elimination), because we still have two chances to lose it, versus 1 chance to win it, even if we do win it.

We need a blow out.

Something to make them realize, we are not done. We don't need to squeak by with a 3-2 style win, we need a good solid 5-1 type win.

So my call to all LGW fans is get TWO lucky rabbits foots, pray, meditate, and Sacrifice a goat (I don't care, steal one if you have to, we need all the gods covered).

Your analysis is correct, and I agree with what it would do to Niemi and the Sharks, but I worry about what a blow out would do to the Wings. They have a tendency to get over-confident and lazy after a big win. They don't come out inspired, and then they all of a sudden realize that it's the 3rd period and they have to put on a show to win. Sometimes it doesn't work.

We can't take that chance in these must-win games. I think a one or two goal win is good. Anything more than that might come back to bite us in the butt.

BTW: I can't find a goat, can I just stab some tofu?


#2167536 Official "We Believe" Thread

Posted by 55fan on 06 May 2011 - 05:28 PM

The Red Wings have a better chance of winning this series than I have of winning the lottery.

Guess what I have in my purse. That's right. A lottery ticket.

So what if it's "impossible"? So what if it's "unlikely"?

The Wings have a better chance of winning this series than Brian has of banging out with the gal whose pic he posted above, but it doesn't stop him from posting it, does it?

No. Because even if he never chips his teeth on her silicone, he will have had the joy of chasing the possibility. That is what the Wings are doing tonight. They are chasing the possible.

Go Wings!