Making Puck: Bill Guerin Will Eat Your Youth

The Bruins appear to have some life. They put Tim Thomas in nets again and he saved 35 out of 36 shots against Tampa Bay. Will Julien make it through an entire season without getting fired? Tune in next time. Bruins win 4-1.

The Foligno Leap is back and it’s annoying as hell. Nick Foligno scored his first ever NHL goal and Jason Spezza decided to try his hand at a goal instead of assists. Stupid turnovers and penalties once again cost the Habs the game. Senators win 4-3. Having your fiancé come home drunk and gloating at midnight doesn’t help things, either. Fucking Ottawa girls.

Brodeur was involved in a shutout last night, but he wasn’t the one taking it home. The other French Marty mouthpiece, Martin Biron, turned away 38 shots in a 4-0 Philly win over the Devils.

Bill Guerin is getting’ old but he will ravage you if you let him. He’s like the NHL’s dangerous sexy senior. (Chelios is too much of a prick.) Billy got a hat trick last night, and it was the difference. The Islanders beat the Capitals 5-2.

Thrashers Win! Thrashers Win! They go up 4-0 by early in the third period but then give the Rangers an opportunity to come back. Atlanta wins 5-3 and somewhere Bob Hartley is in a room by himself telling his imaginary goon to go send a message. Sad, no?

Bryan McCabe gets his revenge. He scores the tying goal in the second as the Leafs come back to beat Florida 3-2. Antropov pots the winner with only 28 seconds left in the game. Serves you right, Panthers. Fuckers. Oh, and fuck the Leaves as well.

Calgary avoid losing three in a row at home thanks to LA and its pathetic goaltending. Both Aubin and LaBarbera see action. Anze Kopitar has another big night with three points but Flames win 4-3.

There’s nothing like playing Phoenix to make a team feel good. The hella injured Oilers didn’t exactly cream them, though. Roloson faced 41 shots, while Edmonton only managed to throw out 17 of their own. Oilers win 4-2. Gretzky’s head explodes.

Detroit, facing some injuries of its own, take down San Jose. They get two in the third to break a 2-2 tie and win 4-2. Lidstrom logged almost 30 minutes of ice time and had six shots on net. Bonkers.

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