Now I know you are growing up, and you feel that you need to rock the hockey hair. Maybe this is a thing that you and Downie have going this season, but it's really just not working for me. I know it's not about just me, but let's be real here, your hair is getting a little outta control.
What am I talking about?
Let's go through some examples from this past weekend in Ottawa:
This whole get-up makes you look like a freakin candy cane...but it's the hair that just puts it over the top
This should just be case and point, but let's keep going.
This is when you got picked at the ASG draft:
All washed and with a blow-out here but notice how you have to tuck your hair behind your ears?
Alfredsson looks a little freaky there trying to hold his smile there. That would freak me out.
Here are your glam shots:
Nice Lightning bolt placement there.
Ah yes, the stick behind the shoulders look
Let's try the backwards hat (with oversized writing) look:
This = GOOD
And this photo with Spezza:
Um, you look like Spezza's inbred cousin there. Or an albino rat.
I'm just saying.
So for your pick-up game, not the one at the ASG but with women, maybe a little bit more focus on what your hair is doing would give you that extra something something.
As for some other shots from the game, I've tucked them after the jump...
I don't think anything I will write in this post will correctly emphasize how great the Community Hero Program has been. As someone who volunteers at a youth homeless shelter, I can tell you how much donations mean to the organization and how far a donation of $50,000 can go.
Since we are at the half way point in the home games this season, Jeff Vinik has given away a total of $1 million to community heroes from the Tampa Bay area. If you haven't seen any of the individuals videos on the Lightning website, he features a hero at each home game and donates $50,000 to their cause. The above video is great because it shows how excited he is with this program. In particular I love how he talks about being genuinely inspired by the people he has met through the program.
Just amazing work Vinik. no comments
I've only seen hightlights so far since I was taking in another NHL game last night, but can we have this every night?
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Record: Lightning (17-23-4) Bruins (29-12-1)
Previous games: October 8, 2011 Bruins win 4-1
Game time: 7:30pm on SUN (HD)
Before the puck has even dropped, I feel like I've given up on this game. The Bruins are in town for the 2nd of four meetings this season and while we sit in last in our conference, the Bruins are in 2nd just 1 point back from the Rangers.
Predicting how the last couple of games have gone, I predict that the Bruins will get out to a 2-0 lead after the first. Of course we'll make some bad turnovers and the Bruins will get some chances off of these mistakes. We may then score a goal or two, one of which will be by Stamkos, only to end up losing the game like 4-2.
Frack. So this is how good the season is going huh?
How about winning boys?
As for what the Bruins bloggers are saying:
Yes Greg, I'd love to have your fantastic problem...
On the other hand, the Bruins are still winning hockey games and the Tim Thomas/Tuuka Rask breakfast combo is still the best in the NHL. Tuukka Rask leads the NHL in both save percentage (.946) and GAA(1.61). Tim Thomas is second in the NHL in SV% (9.37) and 6th in the NHL in GAA (1.99). They're the NHL's version of Batman and Robin. It seems that Rask may pull a Dick Grayson and become Batman in the near future.
Either way you look at it, Boston has a fantastic problem that most NHL clubs would love to have. They have two All-Star caliber goalies who could should contend for a Vezina Trophy if they're able to keep this up at the end of the season.
Bruins injuries: Rich Peverly + Brad Marchand is suspended
Lightning injuries: Ryan Shannon, Victor Hedman, Adam Hall, JT Wyman, Mattias Ohlund, Dana Tyrell, Marc-Andre BergeronLinks:
Official Lightning preview
Lecavalier did end up with a four minute roughing call and a 10 minute misconduct for the incident.
Lecavalier left today without speaking to media but here is what Boucher said of the incident (via tbo.com):
"Vinny felt that Malkin tried to go for his knees,'' Boucher said. "In those situations, he's the captain and he wants to show that we are not going to just take everything and be little poodles and wait for things to happen.
"For me, there is absolutely no blame on his part there. He's emotional and he's trying to make this team win and that was his way of showing that we are not going to take it. I don't blame him at all.''What Malkin did was nothing compared to what Brach Marchand did on Sami Salo, so no blame on Malkin here. He just plainly avoided the check. Lecavalier just misread what happened and let his emotions take over. We've seen this happen before and we know that once Lecavalier is steamed about something, there is really no stopping him.
And let's hear it again for that jersey foul of a Venetian Dental. So bad..... no comments