Time for our annual trip to Thrasherville’s NHL team adoption center

One of the nice things about subscribing to the NHL Center Ice package is that fans in the east can follow teams out west…and vise-versa I suppose. Given that we only get a chance see west teams once, maybe twice, a year when the Thrashers play them, Center Ice provides fans of the sport with a great way to follow them throughout the season.

Though Eric Staal was able to get this shot past him, Kari Lehtonen has had success with his new Dalas Stars team so far this season (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)

Though Eric Staal was able to get this shot past him, Kari Lehtonen has had success with his new Dallas Stars team so far this season (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)

One of the things I wind up doing is picking one or two teams in the Western Conference to watch consistently…or “adopt”, if you will…and follow their progress through the NHL campaign.

Some of you have made your way to Thrashervillefrom cities like Chicago, Detroit or some other Western Conference town. So for you the choice is always an easy one. But being a semi-native Georgian…lived here most of my life…I hold true loyalties to just one team, the Thrashers Anyone else is but a passing fancy.

But for a number of seasons, my adopted team was the San Jose Sharks. They’ve iced very good squads throughout the years, consistently jockeyed for playoff positioning and usually played a very entertaining style of hockey.

But last fall I moved away from the Sharks…partly because of so many playoff disappointments, partially because of Dany Heatley and partly because, well, I just wanted to find a new team.

To that measure, I began watching the Chicago Blackhawks closely. I’m certain I wasn’t alone in that given how good they were coming into the season. It was the “chic” pick, I suppose.

But as things turned out, I was able to follow them all the way to the Stanley Cup. And when Byfuglien, Ladd, Eager, Sopel and Torchetti made their way here last summer, it was as if familiar faces were heading to town as I had kind of gotten to know them and had an appreciation for what they brought with them.

Which west coast team will you be adopting this season?

  • Anaheim (4%, 6 Votes)
  • Calgary (8%, 13 Votes)
  • Chicago (7%, 12 Votes)
  • Colorado (12%, 19 Votes)
  • Columbus (3%, 5 Votes)
  • Dallas (8%, 13 Votes)
  • Detroit (9%, 15 Votes)
  • Edmonton (5%, 8 Votes)
  • Los Angeles (9%, 15 Votes)
  • Minnesota (1%, 2 Votes)
  • Nashville (10%, 16 Votes)
  • Phoenix (7%, 12 Votes)
  • San Jose (3%, 5 Votes)
  • St. Louis (5%, 8 Votes)
  • Vancouver (9%, 15 Votes)

Total Voters: 164

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So now that we’re roughly a quarter of the way through this season, and we have a few days between games, let’s take our annual trip down to the Thrasherville NHL Team Adoption Center and see if there’s one you’d like to adopt from the west coast. Of course, maybe some of you have already picked out a favorite. Either way, I’d like to know which one(s) you’ve chosen and why.

As for me, well…I’m torn between a couple of them.

First there’s the Dallas Stars who are trying to work their way back to the playoffs after failing to qualify last year. They are doing so without longtime star and fan-favorite Mike Modano and with former Thrashers netminder Kari Lehtonen. Kari has done pretty well for himself in the Lone Star State, currently with a record of 13-7-2, a .915 SV% and 2.59 GAA. Maybe a little change of scenery was just what the doctor ordered for Lehts, eh?

Like the Thrashers, Dallas as been getting some very balanced scoring as four players have 9 or more goals and four have 20+ points on the year. Brad Richards leads the way with 12 goals and 19 assists going into Wednesday night’s action in Chicago.

The Stars are currently atop the Pacific Division, but Phoenix is right on their spurs.

The other squad that’s caught my attention is the Edmonton Oilers. Not because I think they are going anywhere soon, but I’m curious to see how that franchise works themselves back into a contenting team in the season’s to come.

They certainly are seeing dividends already from taking Taylor Hall with last summer’s first overall draft pick. He’s scored 9 goals and 6 assists already and he’s really going to be something special in this league as he grows and matures.

Edmonton is currently showing some signs of improvement over last year’s disappointing showing. Prior to dropping a 3-2 loss in a shootout to the Anaheim Ducks, the Oilers had rattled off four straight and are now 6-2-2 in their last 10 games played.

Oh yeah…and there’s always the Flames. I guess I’ll always keep an eye on what they’re doing given their Atlanta roots. I especially like watching them play homes games…that sea of red jerseys is nothing but impressive.

115 comments Add your comment

Old Time Hockey

December 9th, 2010
11:51 am

I like Kamal most of the time, I just wish he’d do better at finishing the call instead of screaming with excitement (”Along the right wall…pass across the crease and AHHHHHHHHHHH!”). He’s doing radio, not television. I actually grew up listening to Marv Albert call Ranger games in the late 60’s, early 70’s (”Kick save and a beauty!”). My pick for a western team to watch is the California Golden Seals….what do you mean they’re not around anymore? Seriously, watching the Flames games with the sea of red is impressive.

At first glance Sid the kid is annoying to watch because he’s such a pest. But two things changed my mind. One is even though he is an elite player, he will get his nose a little dirty (even if he’s got a buddy lurking behind him to clean up). I’ve noticed that he spends a lot of time irritating the opposition just enough for them to sometimes lose focus (a la Ben Eager). It’s a little thing, but if the opposition is spending time looking for payback, they’re not focused on their game.

Second, the guy is a scoring machine with hands of gold.

razorneck13

December 9th, 2010
12:02 pm

I don’t know who else I’d select (”adopt”), maybe Vancouver, nice city, cool uniforms…always dug em. Boring and shallow I know, sorry.

On the Kovi thing being brought up…bad deal all the way around. I wouldn’t say Kovy looked like a good fit in NJ last year even. They aren’t geared for offense only (of course Kovy is), in fat we all know the opposite. They basically trapped their way to the top in years past, that’s their schtick. Kovy is a right handed (yes. that’s key to his preferred position) left winger who is now playing as a right winger, cuz they won’t move any lesser talent to the opposite wing in order to capitalize on their $100m man. STUPID!!! Stupid all the way around, on Kovy’s part and Lou’s.

I keep thinking how much I abhor that part of NJ too, it’s an armpit. Sorry if that offends you, if it makes you feel better so is much of Atlanta. I would much rather have signed with oh I dunno…THE KINGS! Imagine how that would have worked. Clearly a much better fit for all involved.

World Be Free

December 9th, 2010
12:12 pm

I can’t releate too much to Phoenix cuz they had a great year last year, finished 4th in their conference and played well in the playoffs. we have yet to win a playoff game. I hope they can make it in Phoenix, if for no other reason to spite Winnipeg. Why send a franchise back to Winnnipeg after they failed to keep their original team? Same with Quebec City-these are not entitilements.

World Be Free

December 9th, 2010
12:26 pm

LAC-Dan Kelley and Gus Kyle / one of the best play by play – color teams ever. I used to listen to them on KMOX growing up. Root for St. Louis if you are looking for a team that has yet to win a Stanley Cup.

Blue Spark-is it me or are the Flyers missing something in their lineup? Pronger has gone back to being the wall flower he was most of last season before he woke up in the playoffs. They are not very strong down low in their defensive zone at all. The Flyers’ announcers were major “homers” last night too.

Alan R-I am counting on the Devils “cutting Kovy loose”, giving him more freedom. The Devils have little choice if they are going to right their ship.

Joe Friday-add Bill White to your list of Hawk greats-solid defenseman.

World Be Free

December 9th, 2010
12:36 pm

Back to Tronna for a second-Leafs are using Phil Kessel as a centerman! Problem is he is not a natural pivot. You can’t do that with a guy who is a finisher. Put the guy back on the wing and give him a center who will feed him the puck. The nightmare in Toronto continues.

Also, is it me or has the shadow of doubt crept into the Washington Capitals? Questions in goal, a largely immoble defense and the wonderment of when Ovechkin will evolve into a true leader – these elements are dogging the Caps. Anything less than a Cup in Washington is a failure. And now they can’t beat the Atlanta Thrashers. The Thrashers are strarting to look like the old Atlanta Falmes, by becoming nemisis to certain teams that can’t beat the Thrash, at home or away.

Alan R.

December 9th, 2010
12:39 pm

Alan R-I am counting on the Devils “cutting Kovy loose”, giving him more freedom. The Devils have little choice if they are going to right their ship.

This is too true. They have their hundred million dollar man, now they’ve got to find a way to make it work.

Adam

December 9th, 2010
12:39 pm

I’m with ya Joe and echo your statements. That’s also why I can’t seem to warm up to Dallas, I just don’t see myself ever rooting for the Stars. Be it North or South…

During the last decade and a half during the dark days in Chitown I rooted for the Av’s so they will always be my 2nd team in the west.

Sink

December 9th, 2010
12:45 pm

I have been reading this blog for a while now so I figured it was time to start posting. I have only been a hockey fan for about a year and a half now. So, I am still pretty new to the sport but I am learning fast.
The only other team that I actually follow is the Minnesota Wild.

Thrasher Blue Through and Through

Adam

December 9th, 2010
12:51 pm

Regarding Dan Kamal. I think he’s hockey’s version of Dio, a little man with a big voice. When I watch game on TV or streamed online I mute the audio and stream 680.

Great guy in person as well. I always enjoy talking to him, doesn’t have to be hockey talk either.

Jason

December 9th, 2010
12:59 pm

I love Kamal, but my main issue with him is that he doesn’t HAVE to come up with something cute every time we score. We can score a game-winning goal and the call goes something like “I know you’re trying to get to expert level on Rock Band, but listen up! Thrashers win 4-3!”

Zoomo

December 9th, 2010
1:04 pm

Funny side note: Was in the doctor’s office yesterday and was thumbing through a copy of Points North magazine, when I saw picture on the editor’s page and thought….don’t I know that guy? Why yes, yes I do!…it was our very own Red Light!

Rawhide

December 9th, 2010
1:12 pm

Sink – Ya know, just the other day I thought to mayself that this blog…with all the contributors found here in the comments section…had just about everything but the kitchen sink.

Well…I guess we now have that too. :cool:

Welcome.

Same goes to “: )“, Mike W and all the other newbies we seem to be getting all the time.

J-man

December 9th, 2010
1:18 pm

World Be Free – Dan Kelly was DA MAN! Glad someone else here remembers him. I used to listen to the Blues on the radio at night after the Flames left town because it was difficult in those days to get many games on TV so I just sort of adopted the Blues for a while. I remember hearing a roast in his honor and one of the speakers did an imitation of Kelly calling baseball but getting confused and using hockey terms. It was hilarious.

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
1:20 pm

“I’m with ya Joe and echo your statements. That’s also why I can’t seem to warm up to Dallas, I just don’t see myself ever rooting for the Stars. Be it North or South…”

Yep, hate ‘em. I was the biggest Buffalo bandwagon fan around that year (his skate was in the crease, asterik on that Cup!).

“During the last decade and a half during the dark days in Chitown I rooted for the Av’s so they will always be my 2nd team in the west.”

Yep, and I’m sure you were a fan of the Foote, Sakic, Forsberg et al Avs for the same reason I was . . . cause they were then the Wings biggest rival since we sucked (Claude Lemeiux is daman).

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
1:27 pm

“add Bill White to your list of Hawk greats-solid defenseman.”

I have no recollection of him, but I looked him up and see his d partner on the Hawks was Pat Stapelton, who’s son Mike Stapelton played for us.

@not_CThorburn

December 9th, 2010
1:34 pm

Recent Thrashers success matches up with the return of the McRib. Coincidence? I think not.

Chris

World Be Free

December 9th, 2010
1:43 pm

J-Man I had a chance to see Dan Kelley on a regular basis in the 80’s when CTV (in Canada) bought the rights to Friday night NHL games, just like Hockey night in Canada has for Saturday nights. Dan Kelley called the games until he was struck with cancer, died way too soon at 52. Ron Roesch was Kelley’s color man on CTV in thoise days, he took over play/play when Keely got sick. CTV lost the Friday rights after a few years, too bad they did a good job. No HNIC B/S with idiots like Don Cherry.

Joe Friday-Bill White was the Hawks’ number 1 defensive d-man in the early to mid 70’s. He started with the LA Kings and was traded to the Hawks in 1970. Old school defenseman, but not cheap in any way.

kracker

December 9th, 2010
1:48 pm

Stars, Preds, Coyotes, the Oil for the already stated reasons. CBJ because they have been prennial losers about as long as have the Thrash.

Mikey

December 9th, 2010
1:56 pm

I already had tickets for tomorrow night’s game otherwise I would be joining Rawhide’s Rowdies in 204. I may swing by and say hi though.

You mentioned a few days ago something about another ticket deal for the 1/14 games against the Flyers. If so then I want a piece of that action. It’d be a blast to join the blogmaster and Thrasherville’s finest online fan club to cheer on our team.

As for western teams, I’m following the Coyotes. They and the fans out there have gone through so much crap these past few years and it’s great to see them playing well in spite of it all.

Adam

December 9th, 2010
2:04 pm

You got it Joe. During the mid to late 90’s the Av’s vs Wing Nutz had to be the biggest rivalry in the NHL. Those were some great playoff series.

A good friend of mine sold his sole to the devil and became a Wings fan when Chelios signed there. We used to have a trade show every May and for several years that match up was at the same time. We’d be in the hotel bar hootin & hollering till the wee hours when the games were in Denver.

On a related Blake Sloan went to high school at Niles West with that same buddy. When the Stars won it all Blake had a party the the bar he bounced at for his day with the Cup. Now whenever I one up him I get to hear how he got to drink from the cup… :(

Bluestreak

December 9th, 2010
2:17 pm

I always adopt Calgary. That team should have never left Atlanta. I wasn’t old enough to remember when the Flames played in the city where their name makes sense, but I still feel drawn to them.

We should have pulled a Browns and the city keep the name until a new team came around.

Bill

December 9th, 2010
2:30 pm

Phoenix all the way. Similar situation as ATL – start winning and fans will show up. It happened last year when it became clear that the Coyotes were playoff bound. It’ll happen again (and hopefully with sponsors too!!) when the city of Glendale and NHL both approve Michael Hulsizer as the new and stable owner. Looking for a good crowd at Philips tomorrow vs. the Avs!!

Zombie Steve

December 9th, 2010
2:30 pm

Bluestreak – But then ATL wouldn’t have the neato trifecta of bird themed pro sports teams!

kracker

December 9th, 2010
2:32 pm

As for Kovy, I no longer harbor any ill feelings toward Kovalchuk, nor do I want the Devils to miss the playoffs and be a lottery team…..why is my nose growing longer??

AtlFlamesFan

December 9th, 2010
2:33 pm

I love listing to Dan Kelley’s call of “The Goal”: “…Bobby Orr, behind the net to Sanderson; ORR, BOBBY ORR, for the Boston Bruins, have won the Stanley Cup… As Bobby Orr, their 22 year old sensation….”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9eAsbA0SoU&feature=fvst

Also, back in the 80’s I used a recording of Kelley calling an Edmonton Oiler-Paul Coffey end-to-end goal as the background to my phone answering machine message. With apologies to Jiggs, none better than Dan Kelley.

kracker

December 9th, 2010
2:35 pm

WBF – Put the guy…on the wing and give him a center who will feed him the puck.

Where have I heard that before??

Rawhide

December 9th, 2010
2:40 pm

Mikey – We will indeed be doing a ticket special for the January 14th game when the Flyers come to town. Stay tuned for more details. Those in the Thrashers ticket and marketing department are happy with the response to tomorrow night’s ticket special and we’re working on doing something similar, if not better.

Bluestreak – I hear ya. I’ve never been a fan of names moving with franchises when they move to other cities. I mean…take the NBA Jazz for instance. The name worked in New Orleans…but in Utah? Really?

Great state Utah…but not the place I think of regarding jazz music.

Larry

December 9th, 2010
2:41 pm

For me it’s Detroit. Grew up there, started following hockey as a kid in the late 60’s when the Wings started to decline, then had to endure oh about 20 years of suckage (bad owner before Mike Illitch, incompetent GMs, bad coaches, bad players – hmmm where have we seen that movie, prior this year)? Nonetheless, I attended as many games as I could during the Dead Things era.

BUT – here’s the important thing – after enduring all that pain and suffering for years, when I finally saw Steve Yzerman raise that first Stanley Cup over his head, gosh was that sweet. Had tears rolling down my face, not ashamed to say. Point is, it was made more special by having been a fan during the long dark days (to give you an example, for a while the Wings had a GM named Ned Harkness, who was awful – we referred to his era as “Darkness with Harkness”).

So yes I’m a transplant, too, but now also a diehard Thrashers fan and STH for 5 years. You can be both a fan of your “birth team” and a new team – though my head wants to burst when I see the Thrash play the Wings… emotional conflict and all that. Though on the Wings last visit to Philips last month I was hoping for a Thrashers win in overtime. Didn’t enjoy seeing the Wings get their butts handed to them, but was proud of my Thrashers and glad they got the two points.

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
2:51 pm

“A good friend of mine sold his sole to the devil and became a Wings fan when Chelios signed there.”

That’s so wrong I don’t even know where to start. A week from Friday is Cheli night in Chicago:
http://blackhawks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=538645

Niles West? I was a NTE kid, what bar?

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
2:54 pm

“We will indeed be doing a ticket special for the January 14th game when the Flyers come to town. Stay tuned for more details. Those in the Thrashers ticket and marketing department are happy with the response to tomorrow night’s ticket special and we’re working on doing something similar, if not better.”

Sweet, I already had tix for tomorrow night or I would’ve jumped into that deal, but I’ll do the Jan. 14th for sure. May I suggest that it be in Sec. 122 this time? You want improved in game entertainment? There’s a fella that sits up behind 122 that will provide all you need . . .

Rawhide

December 9th, 2010
3:00 pm

Joe Friday:lol: HA! Yeah…maybe instead of a Reebok Thrashers shirt we can give out bull horns!

DWTOO

December 9th, 2010
3:01 pm

For those of you who can’t get enough. Our pal Sage is pontifiacting on Jeff Shultz’s blog. Or you can just read one of his old posts. Same stuff another day.

Western Conference team – have to be the Flames. Ties to the town.

English Teacher

December 9th, 2010
3:02 pm

“And now, ladies and gentlemen, let’s hear it for YOUR Utah Polygamists!”

Nashville is my adopted team. We Southerners must stick together! I liked the Blues a lot when Walt was still with them, and I do pull for Kari to do well in Dallas. San Jose can stick it as long as Heatley is on the team. Considering my opinion of him, he should play for New Jersey. Speaking of which, I didn’t know the devil ate fish.

DWTOO

December 9th, 2010
3:02 pm

Bullhorns be damned – give ‘em vuvuzelas.

Smoothie

December 9th, 2010
3:04 pm

Good to see the Preds with as many votes as the Wings. I guess their are only 12 Wings\Thrashers fans who frequent this blog. Luckily, they are good peeps and keep folks honest. And I fully expect to see some obnoxious Wings fans on this blog in the 2nd half of the year if the RW keep playing so well (see sense of entitlement syndrome). ;-)

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
3:29 pm

“maybe instead of a Reebok Thrashers shirt we can give out bull horns!”

They want noise in that arena? This needs to happen. Seriously. And a sign up behind 122 and in front of Uncle Festus . . . “Rawhide’s Rowdies”.

Nasty Nest, who?

rob

December 9th, 2010
3:34 pm

I was a Sakic fan before they moved to Denver. Couldn’t cheer for him then as I was living in Buffalo and you don’t cheer for anyone not in the blue and gold there. Moving them to the west, the Avs have always been my team out there simply because of Sakic. Him and Forsberg…..what a tandem. Sakic was always a class act, much like his nemesis Yzerman. Those series were epic and I still don’t think that rivalry has been equaled yet. When Hartley came here I thought that was the beginning of something good here….coulda woulda shoulda been. Won’t it be great if the Thrashers can build into a machine to challenge the Crapitals?!? Only west team I cheer for though, is the Avs.

As for Kovy….how does the egg on everyone who bowed down to him feel? He is not, and never will be, what you expect him to be. An enigma, out for himself, no team in his play, no heart. See Alexander Mogily for further.

HonkyTonkHero

December 9th, 2010
4:01 pm

Preds, Ducks and Nucks for me. Preds cause I lived in Nashville for a few years and worked for the company that owned the naming rights to the arena…got spoiled with lots of games and good seats. Lived in San Diego for 6 years and kinda kept up with the Ducks…my 7 yr old loves em for some reason too so we keep an eye on em…oh and our other Socal family are big Kings fans so it creates a nice family competition. I always loved watching the Nucks when they came to play the Preds. THe Sedin twins were NHL infants at the time and it has been fun to watch them progress.

Like many other native Atlantan’s my first NHL experience was with the Flames so they always hold a special spot in my hockey world…except when playing the Thrashers.

Red Light

December 9th, 2010
4:04 pm

Zoomo: You didn’t think THIS was my day job, did you?

I have been a closet Preds’ fan for awhile now, and like those of you who have ventured to the Music City for a game and loved it, I echo that sentiment. Great place before, during and after the game.

I have been to a NHL game in nine Western Conference cities, and both arenas in St. Louis, Denver and Vancouver. It has been awhile for both those cities but I love all three. If I had to pick one place for a hockey road trip, it would be Vancouver, but I despise the Canucks. Have listened to St. Louis broadcasts on KMOX (on and off) since they came into the league in 1967, and am a huge fan of the Kellys. The United Center is awful because you are so far from the action, but nothing tops a weekend in the Windy City. Favorite new building is in St. Paul. Saw the World Cup there in 2006 and it’s a great place to watch a game.

But, back to the original? I’ll go with Nashville and St. Louis, and even though they’re in the same division, I get a chance to root against the Blackhawks and Red Wings 12 times a year.

BG33Brown

December 9th, 2010
4:11 pm

Grew up in Detroit. Was a Red Wings fan until I started donating my hard earned monies to the thrash.

rob

December 9th, 2010
4:42 pm

Bill,
So how many seats have been sold so far under your Rawhide’s Rowdies venture? Should be a great game and a good crowd I hope. Your ticket rep took care us of wonderfully after playing a great game of phone tag with her. Thanks for the offer and for posting it here for all of us!
Oh and what’s this I here about something in January? Please fill us in as we are bringing toys tomorrow as well! That might get us to at LEAST 3 games in January and also the one on 12-26.

R. Stroz

December 9th, 2010
4:43 pm

Joe Bob Friday – I wonder who that might be?

DWTOO – I advocate both.

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
4:50 pm

“I get a chance to root against the Blackhawks”

hater

Red Light

December 9th, 2010
4:50 pm

DWTOO:

You know I rarely argue with you, but there are no longer any Flames ties to this town, except the owner who offed them to Cowtown. They suck. Get on a new Western Conference bandwagon…

Red Light

December 9th, 2010
4:53 pm

JF

Liked them before they won, but as in many towns, the very people that turned a cold shoulder to them when they weren’t winning jumped headlong on to Bowman the Younger’s sled, when the real credit belonged to Dudley and Tallon. They are the nouveau riche Blackhawks, not the storied franchise they once were. But, love watching Keith, Toews, Hossa, Seabrook and Sharp play!

Red Light

December 9th, 2010
4:56 pm

I know they blew for 45 years and Dollar Bill was a dope, but I hate seeing Scotty and Son get credit when they shouldn’t have.

World Be Free

December 9th, 2010
5:06 pm

rob-it was worse when the Avs were in Quebec City. No hockey team in history I HATE more than the Quebec Nordiques. At least Joe Sakic was cool but that team had alotta idiots and their fans too.

World Be Free

December 9th, 2010
5:12 pm

kracker-it does sound familiar doesn’t it? I played wing and center, 2 different animals. I dislike center alot, just do not see Kessel at center. You paid for the guy now do your best to get max value for him. Oh well, that’s the Leafs.

AtlFlamesFan-another great call for Dan Kelley was the 1987 World Championship (in Hamilton) when Mario Lemeuix scored late in the 3rd period to beat the Russians. Dan Kelley is up there in a small group with Foster Hewitt and Danny Gallivan.

Joe Friday

December 9th, 2010
5:17 pm

It was all Dollar Bill that drove them away (did you know that Dollar Bill made the Hawks Pay Per View TV locally? I kid you not . . . when he went to that great liquor store in the sky, his son made so many changes so quick, it brought back all the love . . . I’m wearing my Cheli sweater next time just to spite ya, now, and I’m over 40!). Dudley laid the groundwork, as he did in Tampa, but finishing touches were made to bring them up to that level, but Tallon?!?

But there were a ton of bandwagon fans who didn’t know they played hockey on Madison until Toews and Kaner came to town (”why do they call Fuglin, Buf?”) . . . that’s ok, made the parade all the bigger. And we didn’t even riot, like, ya know . . .

Red Light

December 9th, 2010
5:29 pm

Cheli sweaters are always welcome. Perhaps you’d like to put the Huet one on e-Bay and maybe some idiot in Switzerland will buy it?