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#2290229 #5 Philadelphia Flyers vs. #4 Pittsburgh Penguins

Posted by ami on 17 April 2012 - 05:46 PM

"You shouldn`t wonder what Mario Lemieux was thinking. I saw No. 66 shaking his head outside the locker room like a disgusted parent, and he had every right. He speaks out for the NHL to clean up its act, and his team pulls this garbage?"

May he should consider to buy a pack of diapers for his team captain? And do it before philly's fans do it.
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#2288328 #5 Philadelphia Flyers vs. #4 Pittsburgh Penguins

Posted by ami on 15 April 2012 - 05:09 PM

this is a joke!

see, tortorella was right! pens is the most arrogant organization!

hey bettman, give him his money back!


#2281033 WhatIfSports NHL Playoff Prediction

Posted by ami on 10 April 2012 - 06:28 PM

No kidding. Lidstrom would be old enough to collect social security by the time the playoffs finished.

Nah, by the time this finally ends, retirement age will be increased. that's for sure.


#2276402 People v. NHL:

Posted by ami on 01 April 2012 - 01:58 PM

the biggest problem with the nhl, is the league is ran by fuching lawyers, not businessmen.
laywers rather find 'legal' way to squeeze money out of customers, where real businessmen find ways to improve product.


#2271562 Helm has MCL sprain, out 4-6 weeks

Posted by ami on 19 March 2012 - 01:46 PM

the next couple games will show how deep we are (meaning depth or s***)


#2270229 Realignment dropped for now

Posted by ami on 14 March 2012 - 04:33 PM

I'm guessing they don't.

But they should (and probably do) care about getting their fare share of the millions of dollars people pay to see them play. No one walks around with Holland, Burke, or Bettman on the back of their jersey.

- league is getting money from tv, ads, teams, etc,
- teams are getting there fair share of paid money through contracts with league, selling merchandise, etc.
- players are getting their fair share of paid money through contract they signed with team;

where on this picture is a void that PA should fill in? there isn't one.

are these multimillionaire professional player need a protection? from whom? from gms?! that's funny, as i said. do anybody think that datsyuk/lidstrom/etc/etc need PA 'protection' to get his fair share? I don't think so.

I'd blame PA solely if there is another lockout. not battman, not gms, but PA.


#2270217 Realignment dropped for now

Posted by ami on 14 March 2012 - 03:54 PM

The owners love it because they can raise ticket prices. Any game outside our Division, or League, whatever they want to call the 4 Divisions/Leagues, can be considered an elite game, and up go the prices.

I thought PA stands for PLAYER Association.
Why on earth PLAYER Association would care about ticket prices?!


#2270214 Realignment dropped for now

Posted by ami on 14 March 2012 - 03:49 PM

To protect the players so they aren't individuals but instead a group. Otherwise the general managers could just do what they want without the players and their families and lives in mind.


funny...


#2270211 Realignment dropped for now

Posted by ami on 14 March 2012 - 03:42 PM

please, somebody explain what purpose this fuching (trade/labour/labor) union (PA) serves?


#2259855 Datsyuk out at least 2 weeks

Posted by ami on 21 February 2012 - 04:43 PM

losing arguably the best forward in the game isn't going to affect them at all?

sure. but you said quite differently:

any hope of finishing first in the western conference is now gone.


see the difference?

Wings have a history of losing their best players to injuries, they have a history of other players stepping up.


#2257122 22 is the actual record

Posted by ami on 15 February 2012 - 11:17 AM

guess what, should we win next at home, someone will start measuring a distance from home arena to road arena. and that someone will claim, that Boston or Philly won 23 just because their 23rd win was 'near or not that far' from home.


#2246888 IIHF vs. NHL.

Posted by ami on 18 January 2012 - 04:15 PM

they all are talking about big investment and risks business (teams) are taking allowing their players to go to play in Olympics. how they are multimillioners and blah-blah-blah

but they are keep forgetting who are the customers of these businesses? Who pays for the product?

we are customers and we are who pay.

sure bettman wont listen to us, never did. but it doesn't mean we should keep silence.


#2245293 Pittsburg Easiest Team to Beat in NHL

Posted by ami on 13 January 2012 - 03:11 PM

That's a healthy mindset. Congratulations.

Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you!
I take it as a compliment. Just because it's coming from you. :)


#2244646 Pittsburg Easiest Team to Beat in NHL

Posted by ami on 12 January 2012 - 05:22 PM

anything, I mean *anything*, that would make pens fans suffer is a good thing by definition.


#2243625 Realignment Not Occuring Next Year

Posted by ami on 09 January 2012 - 06:00 PM

I have better solution for equality-seeking unions.

Find maximum out of minimal distances that nhl teams have to travel and make all teams travel the same distance. If Rangers plays Islanders they should take red-eye flight from La-Guardia to Kansas and then from Kansas to Kennedy.


Such a 'common sense' would be very well in line with 'common sense' shown by unions, any union.