Maybe the ref had...you know...like razor blades tucked in his knuckles? I mean you never know, we don't know his struggles. Coming up from the wrong side of the tracks and whatnot. He had to learn how to take care of himself, no one else was going to. What with his dad leaving when he was four and his mom working three jobs just to make ends meet. He had to make a name for himself on the streets, so no one would mess with his mute brother Clarence. "Razor Fists" they would call him. Now he lies awake at night, wondering how things could have been different.
Or, you know, Crysby is a poopy diaper diving baby.
I've said it before, but the die hards that I met/was surrounded by at the WC were awesome and a blast to be around. They live and breathe hockey and were so thrilled after that win. Loud obnoxious fans aside, I'd take them over the Hollywood fans of the week "watching" Kings games any day. And I second the sentiment that I want the O6 franchises to be leading the pack every year. Because of reasons.
Please explain to me how Kronwall is a "*****" for not fighting and taking a penalty after delivering a clean hit? Why should he? Isn't your guy the "*****" for not being able to take a good hit? And also, what does delivering a good hit have to do with having sex with other men? Did he hit him with his penis?
Callahan's a pretty solid dude on his skates though. He definitely got hit hard, but he's not Havlat, so he didn't explode on impact.
I read somewhere that someone asked some hockey players (yes that's vague lol but I can't remember the context) what it was like to get hit by Kronner and the response was it's like running into a fire hydrant.
I ran into a fire hydrant on my bike once when I was a kid. It sucked.