Shakes wrote:shoeshine boy wrote:bhaw wrote:Sid punched someone in the sack.
trust me, my friends who were Thrashers fans never, EVER let me forget this one.
LOL Thrashers fans.
Pucks_and_Pols wrote:On my way into work this morning I heard Bob Errey on the radio saying that Alfie and Karlsson were golfing at Oakmont between games 1 & 2 in Pittsburgh. Has anyone else heard anything about this?
I know its not a huge deal, but you would think this is the time of year that a team locks itself in and conserves as much energy as possible, not having their 40 year old captain and star defencemen coming back from an injury kicking off to play 9 or 18 holes during their "off" day.
Either way, they have plenty of time to work on their golf games now, thanks to their efforts against the Penguins.
Crankshaft wrote:I don't see the big deal. Why on an off day do they need to lock themselves away? Riding around on a golf cart for a few hours, getting in a round of golf is hardly an exhausting task for a conditioned athlete.
Idoit40fans wrote:What? You live in Atlanta right? You should be well aware of how little anyone there cared about them. You could literally sit anywhere in the upper bowl any time you went to a game and pretty much in any section in the lower bowl as well. I guess that was only for weekend games against top tier opponents though. THey probably drew better on weeknights against the Panthers.
Some players hit the golf course after their season finishes, but Scumbag Alfresson hits a ping pong table at a seedy bar.
http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2013/05/2 ... day-night/
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