A young goaltender sent away by Toronto to Boston in return for sucktastic Andrew Raycroft once again delivered for the Bruins last night. How do you like that trade now, Leaves fans? Alrighty then! Meanwhile, could Buffalo continue its winning ways? And, yay, I get to make fun of Columbus’ team name again!
Tuukka Rask earned his second NHL victory in as many starts. One might have expected a filthy, dirty affair between these two teams. After all, it was their first meeting since Randy Jones of the Flyers crunched Patrice Bergeron of the Bruins and earned yet another suspension for Philly. Mostly, though, they played hockey and Boston won 6-3, chasing Philly’s goaltender from the net. But wait: Scott Hartnell kept it real by earning a game misconduct for a hit on Anderw Alberts. Oh Philly, don’t ever change. You had me at at
The Sabres are rattling opponents. It would appear that this team is finding its legs. Jochen Hecht potted two goals and an assist and Buffalo beat Washington 3-1. Overchikin now has a nine game points streak going. Shame about the rest of the team.
Oil that BJ up, baby! Two hot teams met on a steamy night on Edmonton (okay, it was kind of cold) and the Oilers managed to beat the Columbus blowjobs in regulation, 3-1. The big news in Edmonton is that local boy Fernando Pisani could return sooner than expected after losing much weight due to a shitting disease. Yes, that’s totally offensive on my part. Blowjobs!
Could Tuco earn a win? Yes. After looking like a steaming pile of shit for most of the season and pretty much losing his job to anonymous goaltender Mike Smith, Marty managed to earn a win on the road against the Isles. Of course, he still managed to let in at least one stinker of a goal. But the Stars bailed him out and won 3-2. Blowjobs!
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