No offense, but are you high on crack right now? Maybe come back and post when you sober up and make some sense. Either that or your reading comprehesion is severely lacking.
I never had any attitude.
I never fought anyone, nor did I wish to. I simply said, had this happened 10 years ago, I would have after being assualted. But now that I am older, I walked away instead.
How that translates to you accusing me of having an attitude at the game and bringing it on myself is beyond me. I was just relaying my one and only experience there. I made it VERY clear it could have been a fluke, and also made it VERY clear that that was just MY experience.
I honestly don't know why you are so butthurt over me posting my experience, or the fact that you, even after me explaining that I had no attitude and was simply there as a fan watching a game, keep claiming I deserved to get assaulted and brought it on myself, when that was definitely NOT the case.
If I was "asking for a fight" (apparantly by simply being there in your mind) then why didn't I stay around to fight? Why did Imaintain my cool and leave instead of fighting?
Seriously....put the crack pipe down.
I also think its funny I get negged by multiple people simply for posting my experience as it happened. I guess only lovey dovey "the sharks fans are teh bestest evar, and I looove them" are the only posts people here want to see. What, is this site filled with nothing but tree huggin hippies or something? f*** the Sharks and f*** their fans too. So go ahead and neg my now babies!
I wouldn't go to a hockey game or anywhere in San Jose with your attitude -- it's asking for a fight.
What attitude? I was there with absolutely no negative attitude at all and was there to simply enjoy a hockey game. Even when beer was thrown at me, I was physically assaulted and harrased, I had no attitude, maintained my cool, and shrugged it off and simply left.
If that is asking for a fight, then you just confimed my experience and how common it likely is, and that San Jose fans are complete assholes and view a rival fan simply coming to their arena to watch a game as "asking for a fight".
Agreed. Over on hfboards the Sharks fans as a group are among the friendliest and most civil.
Lol @ judging a fanbase based on kids on internet forums.
Go to a Wings/Sharks game next season Cali wearing your Wings jersey and see how "friendly" the sharks fans really are. Oh, and bring some of your crew, as those "friendly" folks will try to physically attack you as well as throw beers and s*** at you for wearing your Wings jersey there and cheering for your team.
While I haven't been to every arena, in the ones I have, I have never experienced such assholes as those sharks "fans". I'm just glad I went there somewhat recently, now that I'm older, calmer, and more pacifistic, as if that s*** had happened to me 10 years ago, I wouldn't have had the strength to try to brush it off, and there probably would have been one guy in prison (me) and several severely injured sharks "fans".
Maybe it was a fluke or something, but that experience is burned in my mind and my opinion of those fans is cemented.
Thats just one guys experience though, yours may vary...
I just wanted to stop by and say thank you to Vancouver for knocking out those piece of s***, diving, douchbag f***s, the sharks. I also wanted to say thanks to the Canucks for giving them a little taste of their own medicine while at it.
(though if Tampa makes the finals, I still gotta cheer for them)
Who the f*** is the crack head, retard, piece of s*** that they have running the camera today?
Seriously...what the f***???
At one of the commercial breaks this ******* zoomed way out, and now I gotta squint to see what the f*** is going on. You can see not only the entire lower bowl, but thef****** rail as well. (not to mention he got some piece of debris on the camera that he didn't wipe of thas been floating around on screen the last few minutes of the period too)
Some of the worst camera work ever, and during a game 7 playoff game too,f****** ridiculous...
There was a play well before that that he should have gone to the net on.
Again, that may be, but have you watched him the past few games? He is limping around on the ice and grimacing constantly. His ankle is really f***ed up, he is just trying as hard as he can to play through it.
I'm more concerned with our "second line" center or the guy that has supposed to fill that role for five years now and still hasn't. Filppula is useless offensively and the reason Datsyuk and Zetterberg almost have to be split up again
THIS is a goodf****** point people should be worried about too. But for some reason Fil is beloved and all his f*** ups and bad play must be blamed on someone else. s***, even ridiculously overpaid per 2 year old contract Hudler consistently impresses me af****** HELL of a lot more that the (for whateverf****** reason) beloved Fillpula.
(actually, that not fair, Hudler has picked it up the second half of the season, I still think he is overpaid though)
But the one last game should NOT have been a double. That was a display of dastardlyf****** ***** ass bulls*** unsportsmanship conduct on that piece of s*** Wallin. Watch the replay. Thatf****** piece of s*** chomps down on his own lip several times until he draws his own blood, then runs to the ref, who of course calls a double minor on it. f****** disgraceful...
If Helm had a couple unproductive games in which he drew a couple penalites, you guys would be calling for him to be booted from the team too. Get a grip, eh?
Don't know if it's been mentioned, but on the NHL hour today, a caller asked Bettman about why the consequences in regards to the octopus.
Bettman says, and I quote, "with the octopus, there is a slime factor." To paraphrase, the slime gets on players skates, clothing and could be a safety issue.
Ahhhhhh booooooo. Stupid octopus slime!
What a retarded little cock sucking piece of s***.
We have thousands of incidents of octopi throw on the ice over the years, and how many players have been injuered by "slime"? Whats that? Zero you say?
And if that is really your concern, and not just sticking it to the Wings, why not ban players from spitting on the ice during the game? You know, the thousands of snotty loogies of "slime" that the players spit onto the ice EVERY minute of EVERY game? Hows about that slime, *******?
What a prick...
At first he claimed it was about any "objects being thrown on the ice" being a safety concern, so when people call him out on his BS and say "what about hat tricks, then?" he tries to switch it up and claim its about the "slime". So what about the loogie spitting issue, Gary? That puts literally hundreds of thousands of times more "slime" on the ice over the course of a season that a couple playoff octopi do...
I know of only one slime that negatively affects the NHL and its players, and that slime is called Gary Bettman.