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#2464599 12/14 GDT : Penguins 4 at Red Wings 1

Posted by Y19 on 14 December 2013 - 09:04 PM

Monty Python rather

 

Those penguins have teeth like ... they can leap about ... LOOK AT THE BONES!




#2444644 Pronger is done

Posted by MotorCityMadness on 15 October 2013 - 12:33 PM

He always had an impact on every team he played for. Sure some of the antics that he was suspended for were sore spots, but a defenseman with his size and ability was certainly an asset.

 

Hate to see a career ended due to lingering effects of a head injury, but if him not playing again leads him to have a somewhat normal life then that is certainly more important.




#2443018 Johnny Quick let's in a terrible goal

Posted by germanwing on 10 October 2013 - 04:08 PM

The best thing is the background advert!!

 

 

easy



#2441586 ESPN Poll of Anonymous Players

Posted by fat guy in a maltby jersey on 04 October 2013 - 02:37 PM

i conducted a poll of 1 anonymous LGW posters, and 100% thought that ESPN sucks balls.




#2417509 ECF - (4) Boston Bruins vs. (1) Pittsburgh Penguins

Posted by Vladifan on 03 June 2013 - 10:59 PM

Don't know if anyone put this on here, but when I saw it, I bellowed.  Enjoy!!!!

 

EDIT:  Forgot to give credit - this is from Daily Shootout.   Thanks, Boyz!  

 

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#2412407 Id never seen something like that, that big,'' Keith said.

Posted by 55fan on 27 May 2013 - 10:58 AM

This sounds like it's begging a good "That's what she said."




#2408823 Hey Hawks fans....

Posted by SouthernWingsFan on 21 May 2013 - 10:00 AM

It happend to them 1 game last night. That's my point

Just because it might have happened to them 1 game (and it's probably happened to them more - just like any other team) doesn't make it any more right to yank on their fans when our fan base would be throwing the same hissy fit.  Whining about the refs is stupid no matter how much/little they have too much of an influence.

 

Those are my points.




#2406910 Red Wings don't belong in the same rink as the Hawks?

Posted by bakerbert on 18 May 2013 - 02:40 PM

I think the hammer just missed the nail and hit the thumb instead.
Go Wings!!!


#2406097 Red Wings don't belong in the same rink as the Hawks?

Posted by atodaso on 18 May 2013 - 05:00 AM

 

The hammer and the nail have no rivalry. The nail may not like the hammer, but it's disdain for it does not constitute a rivalry because the hammer barely acknowledges the nail's existence.

 

:withstupid: Apparently this guy has never heard of Newton's Third Law.   :crazy:




#2400954 Alberta Peewee Hockey Bans Body Checking

Posted by Carman on 10 May 2013 - 12:07 PM

Kids don't want to learn how to check at that age for the most part(meaning checking properly, they obviously want to hit). Their skillset is undeveloped, and taking checking out of the game until they have a solid grasp and the cognitive ability to understand when, how and why bodychecking is allowed in the NHL I completely agree with Alberta's decision. All it takes is one kid to not know the skill to make an huge negative impact. Even if 95% of the kids could hit properly, there is still going to be situations where checking from behind, elbows etc. get up because the kid doesn't understand the consequences of the play. That's not even mentioning the fact that even legal checks can severely hurt a young player. There is still a lot to teach kids about the game, teach them to be strong on the skates along the boards, teach them how to protect the puck, teach them how to cycle, just because you can't lay someone out doesn't mean you can't teach the player to be strong on the puck during battles and to protect themselves.

 

I understand that some want kids to learn how to protect themselves at a young age, but in my opinion that's like letting a kid drive a car immediately off the lot and just let him learn as they go, putting other people and themselves in danger. There is a reason in society that responsibilities have to earned over time, and I don't see why hockey should be any different. Kids hitting each other put them at more risk, because their mind and body is still developing, and concussions can happen from perfectly legal checks. I don't see why any parent would be against this, but then again I'm just a 23 year old.




#2392985 TSN Panel - Hangover Style

Posted by Travis on 30 April 2013 - 11:32 PM

I watched a little bit earlier. I was surprised at how much Guthrie looks like Ed Helms in the beginning.


#2391956 Colorado wins the Lottery...

Posted by nosyt612 on 30 April 2013 - 02:46 AM

Huge conspiracy here, the team with the second best odds won the first overall pick.  That's just ridiculous.




#2386849 Bruins/Pens game tonight postponed

Posted by VM1138 on 20 April 2013 - 07:23 AM

The suspect was shot and wounded.  He escaped and was a block outside their perimeter.

 

And it's a lot easier to hide in a big city than you think.  Not to mention, he only fled authorities for what, 28 hours?  Barely a day.  They knew where he was, but short of firebombing the area, you don't take unnecessary risks with your personnel.  As long as they had him cornered, so to speak, they had time.




#2376598 Crosby left the game after puck to the face

Posted by Carman on 30 March 2013 - 08:18 PM

Aw, more victim talk.  How cute.  Here's some insight, when people refer to the "points leader" they actually say "points leader".  It's a general concept, not an absolute one.  Hopefully it's not too difficult for you to grasp.

 

esteef

 

This is so pointless.

 

My context was "scoring leader" as in leading the league in points.

 

The art ross is given to the

 

player who leads the League in scoring points at the end of the regular season

 

Is it that difficult to grasp? Is it that big of a sin that I didn't say "point scoring leader". Do people really only attribute scoring to goals and not points? Or are you just trying to run around in circles and argue meaningless things?




#2376409 Crosby left the game after puck to the face

Posted by haroldsnepsts on 30 March 2013 - 01:24 PM

Edited the thread title to be less obnoxious.

 

I understand not liking Crosby, but celebrating that he got hit in the face with the puck is lame.