I'm supposed to be taking a nap and I'm too excited to sleep!!!!!
Was it last year that we lost our 1st game 6-0 and didn't have a goal until the second game and it was scored by Lashoff who hadn't even been on the team during the first game but was an injury call-up for the second and so no one knew that he would be the one to score the first goal? Or was that the year before. I think the year before was the lockout so it wasn't that one, so it must have been last year.
I'M TOO EXCITED TO THINK!!!!!
My fingers can't keep up with my thoughts and I'm losing concentr...squirrel!
Anyway, let's not do that lose-the-first-game thing, ok?
Having a team in Vegas is great for those days when Bettman wants to get away from the wife. "Honey I need to go check up on Vegas. What's that? Why am I packing so many thongs? Uh... Uh... Cab's here, gotta go"
Do not ever place in my head the image of Bettman in a thong again or I will force you into a Penguins jersey and leave you in Philly.
Mu'ad dib? A bit spicy for me. Or maybe the Sarlaac to keep with the Star Wars reference instead of switching to Dune. (As long as there isn't a Seattle Gungans thrown in the mix).
As long as there isn't a Seattle Wookiees. Everyone letting them win would be too dull, but the alternative would be everyone having their arms pulled out of their sockets. The Wings have enough injuries as it is- a back out over there, a concussion over here, a face off in the corner...
People talking about desserts are making me hungry.
If they call them the Las Vegas Gamblers, I'll cry over the lack of originality.
If they call them the Las Vegas Crap Shooters, I just might buy a hat or something.
It would make for a fun away game destination, but that's probably what it would end up being- a bunch of fans of the visiting team who got the tickets as part of a casino deal. How would that be for player morale?
So initially the idea was you either donated money to ALS research organizations, or you poured a bucket of water on your head. I love how this is catching like wild-fire, but I hope some of these people are sending a check in the mail, too.