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Johnnny
#3271
Vancouver are a bunch of ****ing losers...
 
Johnnny
#3272
Vancouver = Nobody
 
JLM
+1 / -1
#3273
Quote: Originally Posted by Johnnny View Post

Vancouver = Nobody


You obviously haven't checked the stats this year. Hint their standings are in the top half of the league.
 
Johnnny
#3274
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

You obviously haven't checked the stats this year. Hint their standings are in the top half of the league.

Whatever
 
bill barilko
#3275
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

Raise a glass of whisky to the NHL captains
Rita DeMontis
Published:
October 23, 2019
Updated:
October 23, 2019 8:40 AM EDT
J.P. Wiserís Alumni Whisky Series: The Captains Line honouring Yvan Cournoyer, Mark Messier, and Dave Keon.
J.P. Wiserís scores a hat trick with its third installment of the Alumni Whisky Series: The Captains Line.
Just in time for the hockey season (or ideas for holiday gifts), this lineup includes some of the gameís greatest who wore the captainís badge: Mark Messier, Yvan Cournoyer and Dave Keon. As with the previous releases in the Series, each of these whiskies has been meticulously blended to celebrate the featured alumni and their profound impact to the game:
Mark Messier: Arguably one of the gameís best captains, Messier led his teams with a combination of skill and strength. This bold and tenacious three-grain whisky is blended to deliver on Messierís strength. Aged 11 years in Speyside Malt barrels, this whisky celebrates No. 11ís impact on the game.
Yvan Cournoyer: Aged 12 years to honour Yvanís playing number, this whisky was inspired by Cournoyerís game-winning pass to Paul Henderson in the Canada 1972 Summit Series. Much like Cournoyerís smooth hands led to the gritty game-winning goal, this complex liquid is a smooth three-grain blend with gritty rye flavours.
Dave Keon: With a 45% ABV to celebrate the 45-points Keon scored in his first season, this well-balanced whisky compliments his offensive and defensive abilities on the ice. To truly pay homage to this hockey legend, this whisky is aged 14 years for Keonís playing number and uses four different barrels to commemorate his four Stanley Cup wins.
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Whether you are a fan of the sport, grew up watching these players, or simply appreciate genuine Canadian spirit, this collection is for you ó not to mention, part of the proceeds from this whisky collaboration go back to the NHL Alumni Association (NHLAA) to help support their social ambitions.
The Alumni Whisky Series is a one-time-only player whisky release. This third lineup of premium, collectible player whiskies will be available this season in select stores across Canada.
Ė Check out Jpwisers.com/ca; Corby.ca.

http://jpwisers.ca
http://corby.ca
http://torontosun.com/life/food/1023-ggcaptains

Anything for an extra nickel-anything at all.
 
JLM
-1
#3276
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

You obviously haven't checked the stats this year. Hint their standings are in the top half of the league.


7/2 Johnnny!
 
Cannuck
#3277
49 and counting
 
Girth
-1
#3278
Hellebuyck was Hell-a-spectular last night, stopping 51 shots, leading the Jets to a 3-2 win.
 
Girth
-1
#3279
Quote: Originally Posted by Girth View Post

Hellebuyck was Hell-a-spectular last night, stopping 51 shots, leading the Jets to a 3-2 win.

Hellebuyck played an excellent game, but the Jets big guns were not able to capitalize. 2-1 Devils in the shootout.
 
spaminator
#3280
http://torontosun.com/sports/hockey/...esome-comments
 
spaminator
#3281
http://torontosun.com/sports/hockey/...drunken-arrest
 
JLM
#3282
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

http://torontosun.com/sports/hockey/...drunken-arrest


Boys will be boys!
 
spaminator
#3283
http://torontosun.com/news/national/...r-hnic-fallout
 
Girth
#3284
It's a dog fight in the West. With most teams completing 3/4 of the season, here are the standings:

1. St.Louis 78
2. Dallas 76
3. Colorado 75
4. Edmonton 71
5. Vancouver 70
6. Las Vegas 70
7. Winnipeg 69
8. Calgary 68
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9. Arizona 68
10. Nashville 65
11. Minnesota 63
12. Chicago 60
13. San Jose 56
14. Anaheim 55
15. Los Angeles 47
 
JLM
#3285
Quote: Originally Posted by Girth View Post

It's a dog fight in the West. With most teams completing 3/4 of the season, here are the standings:

1. St.Louis 78
2. Dallas 76
3. Colorado 75
4. Edmonton 71
5. Vancouver 70
6. Las Vegas 70
7. Winnipeg 69
8. Calgary 68
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9. Arizona 68
10. Nashville 65
11. Minnesota 63
12. Chicago 60
13. San Jose 56
14. Anaheim 55
15. Los Angeles 47


L.A. must be damned close to elimination!
 
Girth
#3286
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

L.A. must be damned close to elimination!

Who would have predicted that Chicago and the three California teams would be basement dwellers today, considering they were all powerhouses just five years ago.
 
Girth
#3287
Leafs were defeated 6-3 by the Hurricanes who used a 42 year old Zamboni driver, as a goalie. The two goalies on the bench were injured during the game, and David Ayers, who driver the Zamboni at Leafs games, and never played hockey at a professional level, was called to play. After letting in two quick goals, he stonewalled the Leafs in the 3rd period to pick up the win.
 

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