Yesterday, I raised the topic of the NHL's Eastern Conference, a.k.a. "the teams Gary Bettman wants to win the Cup". Today, it's the West, where dreams die upon the altar of the travel schedule.
Anaheim Ducks - by friend of Low Commander, Funky Brewmaster
For the first time in a few
I had originally intended to title this one "BeerGuyRob Gets an Anal Probe". But there has already been entirely too much anal probing in my posts recently. Plus, "anal" in the title would get us hits from those buttseks freaks searching for their buttseks. And we've already got enough of
The NHL enters another season starting today. The season starts with 31 teams, with the newly ensconced Las Vegas Golden Knights taking the ice in the Pacific division. It should be a heady time for a league coming off of an exciting Stanley Cup run and the first repeat winners
Well, they made the old man get out of bed, because stupid people heard RUSH SAID that the Steelers were being stupid.
Reminder: there's good Rush and bad Rush
Gerald McCoy of the Buccaneers called out "social media tough guys" on his Twitter feed.
"I’ll never put my hands
So, NHL training camps opened this week. The important thing is that the return of hockey will bring me many national games to enjoy on the days between football games. There's about three weeks of garbage hockey to get through before the Canucks can start letting me down for real.
First, the history lesson, courtesy the fine folks at the TedTalks:
Now, the significance.
In Canada, Labour Day marks the end of summer.
All Canadians must leave the fishing, logging or mining camps where they have laboured during the summer and return to their hometowns. It's a long journey, for the Canada Act
First off, a song:
That's cathartic. Now, on to the matches.
St. Louis versus Nashville
Both teams looked really good in the first round.St. Louis came out and handed defeat to a declining North Stars Wild team that looked ready for golf season before the round started. Nashville answered all Hawk-haters dreams