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Hockeyplayer99 04-11-2007 07:21 PM

Ice Girls Rule
 
ICE GIRLS RULE
The NHL today re-enforced to its teams the importance of smooth ice-clearing procedures during the TV timeouts. One couldn't help but wonder if this was a result of last Tuesday's Islanders-Rangers game at the Coliseum when things didn't go so, uh, smoothly.


The NHL reiterated the following:

* Ice crews must proceed directly to the areas they are responsible for clearing. In other words, no double-axels on the way to Ryan Miller's goal

* Ice crew members should not communicate with players and fans

* There should be no direct or indirect physical contact between players and crew members

* Players are not to leave the bench are during the timeout

* Goaltenders MUST vacate the create and skaters MUST leave room at the bench areas for the snow to be cleared

* On-Ice Officials will enforce the mandates and teams are subject to discipline if they break the rules.

dkatzism 04-11-2007 07:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hockeyplayer99 (Post 8878432)
ICE GIRLS RULE
The NHL today re-enforced to its teams the importance of smooth ice-clearing procedures during the TV timeouts. One couldn't help but wonder if this was a result of last Tuesday's Islanders-Rangers game at the Coliseum when things didn't go so, uh, smoothly.


The NHL reiterated the following:

* Ice crews must proceed directly to the areas they are responsible for clearing. In other words, no double-axels on the way to Ryan Miller's goal

* Ice crew members should not communicate with players and fans

* There should be no direct or indirect physical contact between players and crew members

* Players are not to leave the bench are during the timeout

* Goaltenders MUST vacate the create and skaters MUST leave room at the bench areas for the snow to be cleared

* On-Ice Officials will enforce the mandates and teams are subject to discipline if they break the rules.

* Ice crews should consist entirely of overweight, balding men aged 50-65. :sarcasm:

Smashley 04-11-2007 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by dkatzism (Post 8879163)
* Ice crews should consist entirely of overweight, balding men aged 50-65. :sarcasm:

hahahaha ... in speedos

DutchShamrock 04-11-2007 10:30 PM

Ice girls certainly do rule... oh wait.

They can clean anywhere they want so long as they wear Ice Shoes. Note, they still haven't mentioned anything about getting water on the ice crew.

hpNYR 04-11-2007 11:06 PM

why is she even wearing any clothes?

http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j1...dyicegirls.jpg

TheZherdev 04-12-2007 09:15 AM

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Originally Posted by 51tyutin51 (Post 8884073)
why is she even wearing any clothes?

http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j1...dyicegirls.jpg

:biglaugh:

Ola 04-12-2007 09:33 AM

Pelle Lindberg were the first goalie to have a waterbottle on the net. Philly then played Edm in the SC finals and Slats made a big deal about it, saying stuff like "whats next? Lindberg will have a pizza on the net so that he can eat during the game?". The NHL quickly forbid Lindberg to have water on the net.

I don't get the deal with the ice girls, all goalies messes up the ice around the net before periods, and can do it right after the girls have been there.


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