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SiLkK19

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#2200830 Ok here is what I don't get

Posted by SiLkK19 on 25 July 2011 - 04:32 AM

Why are we even talking about s*** josey when they were handed the series against us. **** that team.


#2200612 Winnipeg Jets' New Logo

Posted by SiLkK19 on 23 July 2011 - 03:59 PM

Looks like crap. Should stick with the old one.


#2189760 2011 NHL Draft: Rounds 2-7 Discussion

Posted by SiLkK19 on 25 June 2011 - 02:35 PM

Holland trades down every single one of our picks. We end up with all 30 7th round picks, and draft the entire Swedish pee-wee league championship team. Then, he re-signs Ericsson, Eaves, Miller, MacDonald, and Salei. Finally, on the last day before training camp, Holland completes the roster by signing the wily veteran Joe Skrubz for his invaluable "experience" and "leadership". Holland proclaims the off-season to be the busiest and most successful in Red Wings' history. When asked why the team was barely able to clear the cap floor, Holland cites that free agent prices were "too high" and his desire to save cap space for injuries and make trades at the deadline. LGW members rally in support of their GM, arguing that signing any free agent for anything close to fair market value is ridiculous, insisting that we must save cap space to re-sign our own free agents the following off-season. They then proceed to mock all other NHL GMs for their gross overpayment of trade and free agent acquisitions, and declare Ken Holland the greatest general manager in the history of professional sports.

Not surprisingly, a dejected Nicklas Lidstrom decides to announce he will retire early after reporting to training camp to learn that he is expected to lead this team to the Stanley Cup. Nevertheless, the Lidstrom-less Wings hit the season in full stride, shattering league records for wins, points, and shootout losses while coasting to their 21st consecutive playoff berth. Then, despite most analyst's predictions of an evenly matched, hard fought 7 game series, the President's Trophy winning Red Wings manage to pimp-slap the lowly Albuquerque Desert Mongrels back to the stone age in a savage 4 game beatdown. Puppy dogs and ice cream rule the day as LGW erupts with jubilation, spawning countless "We believe" and "This is the Year" threads. Rested and confident, the Red Wings advance to the second round to face their arch-rivals, the Golden State Toilet Fish...

However, confidence quickly turns to apprehension when it is discovered that the Red Wings might have to break a sweat on their preordained crusade for the Stanley Cup. Though unpleasant to watch, Babcock is not concerned when the Red Wings break an NHL record during their game 1 loss after they suffer the most fatalities in a playoff home game (4), reiterating that "the power play is our enforcer". Holland appears unfazed as well, announcing that the team will promote young players to replace the deceased; Cleary (head trauma), Bertuzzi (complications from bite wound), Holmstrom (natural causes), and Hudler (decapitated while attempting to skate onto the bench, running into the door that has been inadvertently stuck shut. Eva maintains that he is still a top 5 playmaker in the world). LGW reaction is mixed and violent, but all are soothed when they learn that Franzen will return after missing 81 regular season games and the entire first round with a torn Anterior Nejrav Flavin. Their faith is rewarded when Franzen leads the team to a game 2 victory by effortlessly scoring 60 goals in 60 minutes. Replays of the game-winning goal show Franzen yawn as he skates into the neutral zone, deke all 3 Golden State forwards, skate onto the opposing bench, pull out Pavelski's mouth guard and throw it to the ice, pause to text message Bjork back in the Fjordland, jump back onto the ice, split the defense, and deftly flip it in top shelf. The play is featured at #10 on Sportcenter's top 10 plays of the night, followed by 9 different ways LeBron James managed to dunk a ball that night.

Unfortunately the victory is short-lived, as the Toilet Fish manage to eke out a pair of 1 goal games on their home ice. Though the series shifts back to Detroit with the Red Wings facing elimination for the third straight year, confidence amongst the faithful remains high. After all, the Wings have out-scored the Fish by nearly 60 goals throughout the series! Game 5 starts off fast and exhilarating, with both teams exchanging huge saves and momentum-shifting goals. Things couldn't get any more exciting when Zetterberg ties the game at the buzzer and sends it into overtime! Fond memories flood the arena as images of Stevie Y jumping and flailing his arms after his double overtime game winner against St Louis flash on the jumbo-tron. Then the unthinkable happens. As both teams return to their benches at the end of intermission, fans are stunned as they watch Ryane Clowe, sidelined since game 1 with a severed arm, walk down the tunnel and take his seat on the bench. The crowd at the Joe is horrified as they watch, as though it were scripted in a movie, Ryane Clowe manage to single-handedly (!!!) power his way through Ericsson and Kindl (shocking) and jam home the series clinching goal. LGW plunges into agonizing despair for about half a day, until a consensus is reached that injuries and travel are to blame, in addition to Brad McCrimmon, despite the fact that he hasn't been seen in over 8 months after disappearing in a Siberian Gulag. This rationalization allows order to return and gloating over our 4th Stanley Cup in, ummmm, 16 years now??? to resume.

Or something like that.


TL;DR Your cool story bro.


#2187947 Nashville's New Logos

Posted by SiLkK19 on 22 June 2011 - 02:33 PM

What's with the dragon ball?


#2183048 SCF: Boston Bruins vs. Vancouver Canucks

Posted by SiLkK19 on 06 June 2011 - 07:29 PM

Beautiful hit.


#2180547 Tampa Bay vs. Boston

Posted by SiLkK19 on 27 May 2011 - 10:22 PM

These two teams were out to play, not win an olympic diving medal.


#2180531 Tampa Bay vs. Boston

Posted by SiLkK19 on 27 May 2011 - 09:52 PM

Hey shards listen to Thomas and learn how not to make an ass of yourselves for an interview.


#2180527 Tampa Bay vs. Boston

Posted by SiLkK19 on 27 May 2011 - 09:48 PM

Lol might as well take a team picture with that trophy cause I don't think they will with the cup.


#2177817 Subliminal Sidney Crosby Messages in NHL commercials?

Posted by SiLkK19 on 20 May 2011 - 08:43 PM

Maybe because he's the only player to EVER win the Stanley cup? Duh!

Might swell rename it the Crosby cup.


#2176021 2011 Round 2 Photoshop War: San Jose Sharks

Posted by SiLkK19 on 15 May 2011 - 09:01 PM

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Dude that's SOOOO fake! The ref would never call that on them.


#2173598 WCSF Game 7 GDT: Red Wings 2 at Sharks 3

Posted by SiLkK19 on 12 May 2011 - 08:57 PM

I am really starting to loathe the sight of these Shark players. Namely Couture, Setoguchi, Boyle, and I literally never want to see Joe Thornton ever again.

That said, Z's play was so pathetic. I don't know how you make that pass and think its OK.


Doesn't help that sharts ice is s*** and the puck barely moves on it.


#2167173 Caps fan Jynx the team

Posted by SiLkK19 on 06 May 2011 - 01:07 AM

Quik someone post a pic of the sharks with the cup!


#2166480 WCSF Game 3 GDT: Sharks 4 at Red Wings 3 (OT)

Posted by SiLkK19 on 04 May 2011 - 10:41 PM

I hate the the sharks!


Did t know that was nt filtered.


#2161776 Have you ever seen.....

Posted by SiLkK19 on 30 April 2011 - 12:43 AM

Except for his retaliation on another Wings player after the shove from Howard <_<


Lol so it wasn't just the homer shark announcers that didn't see divelski punch filppula In the face (they actually had the balls to say that he got a penalty for spraying ice at howard....)This guy didn't either.


#2161722 Have you ever seen.....

Posted by SiLkK19 on 30 April 2011 - 12:25 AM

The sharks have probably taken lessons from all the soccer playing illegals in the San Jose area.