There will also be a group of smurfs wearing red (maybe black) jerseys looking to use their great ability of cowardice to avoid fighting the league of justice.
There was once one brave soul amongst the surfs who once tried to use the tactics of some of the members of the League of Justice against them...
... but then the supporters of The League of Justice incessantly *****ed and moaned, for what is now confirmed to be a foreign concept to them, a suspension. That's as much of that story as they would want to be told.......
In goal for The League of Justice will be this man...
Oh... he won't? Well, perhaps he can pick up the game on the police scanners he keeps in his bunker.
If that's the case, then I really don't want to waste my time with the guy who WILL be in goal...
Wait... what? It's not him either? Then I guess it will be Anton Khubodin manning the nets. (Note: May or may not be a descendant of the holy one)
Players to watch for the Smurfs:
jokinen sucks ass
ellis is ok
corvo sucks ass
alex SIEMEN is good
staals are good
beiber is decent
larose is very good 5/5
tlustystly just O.K-
-JONI THE JOKEL (****ing amaxing dman 2013 norris **** yeah)
it was noted yesterday that it will be a gameday decision on Faulk. we should know by the end of the morning skate i would imagine. if not, he will be a gametime decision. good thing is we are already going to most likely have him back for this first game after the injury. a good sign.
I posted this in the pre-game thread the other day to highlight how capably the good guys (that's us) en*****ened the League of Justice last season.
Canes and Bruins provided us with the best hockey we saw all of last season, IMO. This series brought out the best in our guys, Ward especially. Rask went 0-2 and Thomas went 0-2, with Cam winning all four contests. Cam was solid, stopping 139 of 144 shots for a 1.25 GAA and .965 SV%.
I'm reposting only because it's game day, and because apparently I like the sound of my own lame voice.