MYFO Open Letter Series: The One Where Weed Against Speed Goes America All Over the Wild’s Ass

As you may or may not have heard, the Wild and dickmuncher agent Ron Salcer are currently locked in a battle over the Wild’s attempts to sign Marian Gaborik to a long-term contract. Gabby will be an unrestricted free agent after this season so it is imperative that the Wild either sign him before the start of the season or be forced to deal with the day-to-day distractions that the “will they or won’t they trade him” situations always undoubtedly cause (I’m looking at you, Mats Sundin, you assclown).

Alternatively, the Wild could ship Gaborik’s goldbricking ass to some other team before the start of the season. I’m not saying it’s the best option, but it may come to that.

What it all boils down to is this: GET THE FUCKING THING DONE ALREADY!

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Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings

The bad it's not even funny

The bad it's not even funny

Another excruciatingly long summer is over. Actual hockey games are on the horizon. Because this is the 265th most widely read hockey blog on the internets, MYFO felt a deep obligation to our dozens of readers to prepare this series of previews telling you about every single team in the NHL. By “prepare” we mean, we found other people to write many of them for us. We were looking for people who (unlike us) might have an actual clue about these teams, but were also eager/willing/ enough to work for free. Within those constraints, we think we did an admirable job.

Your L.A. Kings Season Preview is brought to you by k.m. stiles of Purple Crushed Velvet. Additional color (photographic) commentary, courtesy of LeNoc.

Say what you want about the Kings, but there’s no way they’ll be worse than last year.

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Season Preview: Nashville Predators

What in the wide wide world of sports is-a-goin’ on here? I hired you people to win the Stanley Cup, not to jump around like a bunch of Kansas City Avery’s!

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