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Ovechkin’s Thoughts on Don Cherry. It Involves a Robot

Monday, April 8th, 2013

This is an old one, but showed up on Reddit again today. Made. Me. Laugh. Basically, Don Cherry isn’t a big fan of Ovechkin’s goal celebrations and what not. Sooo, what does Ovechkin think of Cherry’s stance? It involves a robot, I guess:
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Brian Burke Takes a Parting Shot at Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun in Closing Press Conference

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

I was watching the replay online of Brian Burke‘s final press conference with the Leafs and was caught a bit off guard with the jab he threw at the Toronto Sun’s Steve Simmons after Steve asked a question about the US Olympic team. Then again, it’s classic Brian Burke.
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Video: Ryan Miller Hit in the Face with the Puck

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres isn’t having the best of luck in net lately, from the Lucic hit to Jordan TooToo running him over. Now, Ryan Miller gets his mask knocked off by his own player and then stops the puck with his face. (more…)

Gretzky High Stick on Gilmour: Video Galore

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Last night over pub food and beer (pre Argos game tradition) we some how got on the topic of the 1993 Western Conference (sorry, Campbell Conference) Stanley Cup final between the Leafs and Kings. Leaf fans, of course, remember this for the “non-call” by referee Kerry Fraser (the one with the ‘good’ hair) when Wayne Gretzky high sticks Doug Gilmour in the face in overtime of Game Six (Leafs leading the series 3 games to 2) but neither him nor the linesmen claim to see the infraction. (more…)

Classy: Andrew Ference Gives Montreal Crowd Middle Finger Salute

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

There’s been some fantastic playoff hockey so far. Personally, I’m addicted to the Montreal / Boston and Vancouver / Chicago series. Tonight in the Canadiens / Bruins game, Andrew Ference scores a goal and displays a bucket full of class by saluting the Montreal crowd with the middle finger. (more…)