Back by “popular” demand (and by “popular”, I mean a few of my fellow editors enjoy it – everyone else? Can’t say), we now continue with MYFO’s Classic Movie Adaptation of Escape from New York. As we move further into the story, Snake McCarty continues his quest to locate Gary Bettman after the Commissioner’s plane went down in Detroit. Also, in this installment, Snake meets someone from his past who may have an idea where the Commissioner may be located. Enjoy.
Part I of Escape from Hockeytown can be found here , Part II here, Part III here , Part IV is here and Part V? Well, click right here, dear reader.
We now continue with MYFO’s Classic Movie Adaptation of Escape from New York. In today’s segment, Snake McCarty continues his quest to locate Gary Bettman after the Commissioner’s plane went down in Detroit. Along the way, Snake meets some interesting characters, including Bob Probert, who has fallen on bad times.
Part I of Escape from Hockeytown can be found here , Part II here, Part III here and Part IV is here.
Most of you by now have seen footage or witnessed first-hand Mark Messier going down in flames during his gig as analyst during Versus’ Game 3 broadcast of the Stanley Cup Finals. For those of you who have not, please take a gander:
Obviously, not a very good showing by the hockey hero. To be fair, most former athletes struggle to make the transition to analyst – I imagine it can be downright terrifying trying to speak with all those cameras pointed directly at you.
What most people are not aware of is that Messier would have fared much better if Versus brass would have let him do it his way.
“Here, Raskolnikov. Move these two-thousand malbecs. There’s an email offer tomorrow.”