You're warped, Gord. I'd hate to see what you'd do with Rocky Horror.
Wings must win this one. (Duh)
I want to see EVERY SINGLE WING with at least 10 shots on goal (preferably not the one with Jimmy in the crease) and I want to see EVERY SINGLE WING playing strong defensively.
I also want to see Bert bite off Perry's head and spit it out, but since that would be at least a 4 minute penalty, I'd like to see it when we're up by no less than 12 goals, although with the officiating we've been seeing, he might just get away with it.
I really can't comment on Subban and Letang because I don't watch much East stuff, but as one living in the Wild area, I watch quite a few Wild games. If anything Suter should get the "most improved" award. He's looking good right now, but at the beginning, he wasn't anything to write home about.
I have to say that the quality of Norris candidates has dropped without Nick in the lineup.
I've been there, done that, and am about to do it again.
I've been at my full-time job for almost 15 years, but my arthritis is getting too bad and I can't physically do the job any more.
I've left a lot of jobs- either because I hated them, the place closed, I moved, I found something better, etc.- and what I've learned is that the people who are important follow through life outside of work.
Some people are just great co-workers, but not anyone you stay in touch with. There's nothing wrong with that. You miss them at first, but then they become people that you run into at Walmart and chat for a half an hour, but that's it.
Others you never see again, and that's ok too.
The good ones become friends. My best friend started as my co-worker over 20 years ago. We've lived in different towns, miles apart, but she's still the one I can tell anything, and her son is my Godson and the light of my life.
Stay in touch with people, and the relationships will follow their natural path. Some will blossom; some will die. It's like graduating- you have probably kept in touch with some people and not others.
Nowadays you young folks have your tweeting and facebooking and texting and e-mailing that we didn't have back in the day, so staying in touch is easier. Use these, and let life take its course. New people will come in, and others will go, but the true friends will be there forever. Sometimes it surprises you who these people will be.