Thursday, January 29, 2009

BOYS! BEHAVE!

by Anne

It appears not only Canucks die-hard fans and secondary fans in the Eastern Conference are frustrated with their losing ways.

Apparently Mason Raymond hit Willie Mitchell a little harder than he would have liked during a practice drill. Mitch was pissed so he punched Raymond in the head and cross checked him in the shoulder. No word on whether or not either Big Bear or Kes were involved in anyway. They'd BETTER not be. Although secret Defenseman BF, O'B, was involved in defending wee little Mason Raymond from big and scary(?) Willie Mitchell. Mason Raymond just better be glad it wasn't someone like O'B or Darcy Hordichuk who turned on him. That would not be pretty for the sweet-faced sophomore.

I just checked the scores and the Coyotes/Sharks games just went from 0-0 to 1-0 Sharks then back to 0-0. Disallowed goal anyone? Someone on NHL.com Scores has a quick trigger finger?

Whatevs, the moral of the story is fighting with your own teammate does not boost morale, so don't do it. I'm looking at you, Pie!

Could you imagine Pie starting a fight with anyone on his own team? hahah


6 comments:

  1. I'm just trying to figure out who Danny would fight with... Drew maybe? Or would Clarke be the safe bet? You know, fighting over the Tonka dump truck or something...

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  2. Wow... you wouldn't think that team mates would do that. I understand a complete frustration with each other but to punch and cross check... yikes.

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  3. I'm just trying to figure out who Danny would fight with... Drew maybe? Or would Clarke be the safe bet? You know, fighting over the Tonka dump truck or something...

    I'm sure no matter who it was, Tonka trucks and/or a copy of Playboy would be involved. He'd probably start a fight with Derek, forgetting he's so much bigger than he is, and Derek would get an owie and Petey would have to buy him an ice cream cone.

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  4. Wow... you wouldn't think that team mates would do that. I understand a complete frustration with each other but to punch and cross check... yikes.

    I understand tempers flare and such, but hitting your own, smaller teammate seems to be a bit much, don't you think? I'm sure a frustrated shove would be enough to send a message that you're annoyed at being hit too hard.

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  5. Petey would have to buy him an ice cream cone.

    Then Petey would either proceed to eat it himself, drop it on the ground, or smoosh it in Derek's face, because Derek is not allowed to have sweets.

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  6. Then Petey would either proceed to eat it himself, drop it on the ground, or smoosh it in Derek's face, because Derek is not allowed to have sweets.

    Ha, true dat. Derek would pout until Petey got him a frozen tofu soy milk bar because he needs to watch his figure.

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