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02-13-2013, 07:37 AM
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It's when old women take some money that they got locked up in trust funds and go out and enjoy watching young men sweat. Right?!
If that was actually the case, that would make that dude's performance a little less pathetic, and a lot more hilarious.

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02-13-2013, 07:38 AM
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I know for a fact had that occurred on my High School team he would have to walk around with a bodyguard for the rest of the year, that or transfer schools. No respect what so ever for a move like that, you play what ever role you are given and try to impress your coach and work your way up the lineup with hard work.

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02-13-2013, 07:41 AM
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All this because he lost his starting job...? Wow. Life's rough, kid, get a helmet.

Yes, he's a high schooler who's young and made a stupid decision but this was pretty obviously planned out and not just a heat-of-the-moment thing. I couldn't imagine doing that or having any of my teammates doing that even when I was his age (which was only a couple years ago).

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02-13-2013, 07:42 AM
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Don't think you can call him a crybaby if you don't know what the background on the situation is. I don't know the background either but a man doesn't do something like that unless he's extremely pissed off. My guess is that the coach left him in way too long after the game had already gotten out of hand and if he wasn't gonna take him out of the game, he was gonna take himself out.
Apparently it was over him losing the starting spot to a Sophomore.

Not the right way to act and you can bet he won't play for them again for a while.

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02-13-2013, 07:45 AM
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Fortunately for us this dude seems like a stretch to make the NHL, therefore the Maple Leafs scouts got first dibs on this gem just like they did with Gustavsson.
You're trying way too hard.

Hilarious but immature clip

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02-13-2013, 07:54 AM
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To everyone who says he won't get much more playing time now- do you really think he plans on coming back to the team after a stunt like that? Do you think the team would let him if he wanted to do?

In my mind if you're gutless enough to pull something like that, you definitely don't have the cajones to play for your team and school again.

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02-13-2013, 07:59 AM
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I didn't know what 'senior night' is either. All the best players in Canada generally play competitive minor hockey and then junior hockey, high school hockey is usually for players who don't want the time commitment of AAA and whatnot, but want to play for fun as an alternative to house league. It's not really a big deal where it does exist.
"senior night" is a tradition in US high school sports, where grade 12 kids are called 'seniors".... typically there is a ceremony recognizing the graduating players, and its usually the last home game of the season, so it was almost surely this kids last game anyway.

Its a punk move, but we really dont know the circumstances, and if its anything like what happened to my son his senior season of soccer, I can almost understand it... needless to say in high school sports it isnt always ability that determines playing time, and it can be frustrating to both the kid and the parent

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02-13-2013, 08:01 AM
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To everyone who says he won't get much more playing time now- do you really think he plans on coming back to the team after a stunt like that? Do you think the team would let him if he wanted to do?

In my mind if you're gutless enough to pull something like that, you definitely don't have the cajones to play for your team and school again.
Believe it or not, I had a goalie skate off the ice during one of my team's games after intentionally allowing a goal, and he had the balls to come back and play the one last game on our schedule. We didn't have another goalie, so there wasn't much choice.

You better believe that guy got a cold shoulder for that last game. I don't think anybody spoke a word to him in the room or on the ice. You could hear a pin drop before the game.

And the worst part... this was a 30-year-old guy in men's league!

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02-13-2013, 08:03 AM
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I don't have all the details, but he played for Farmington High School. It's not exactly a high profile team in the MSHSL.

Senior Night is a game to honor graduating seniors, so I'm guessing the coaches threw him a bone and let him start. He was probably ticked that he lost playing time during the season to a sophomore and decided to throw the game as revenge. He legitimately thought he should have been the starter.

There might be more to the story, as high school hockey can be political, but maybe he's just a bitter backup.

Unless I'm out of the loop, I doubt he'd have any plans to play hockey after high school to begin with.
I was thinking there has to be more to this story too. My biggest question would be was he in a position to further his playing career in terms of a scholarship. From personal experience it's possible to be a scapegoat of sorts as a result of someone else's political motives. Happened to me but I never gave thought of doing something like this.

I'm hesitant to call him a loser without knowing the complete story other than what's in the blog. Hopefully he'll understand down the road what he did and become a better person because of it. Looks like a lot of bitterness there though for whatever reason. Something more here I say.

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Tough to say exactly whether or not he is a loser without knowing the back story. It is obviously a terrible move, but maybe the kid has some issues. Or maybe he just needs a kick in the backside. I know teenagers who fit into both categories.

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02-13-2013, 08:16 AM
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Tough to say exactly whether or not he is a loser without knowing the back story.
No, it's not. This is the hockey equivalent of fragging your bunker.

There are some lines you don't cross, this is one of them. The guy completely screwed his teammates on their senior night. You think they'll ever forget that?

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What an idiot.

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Still better than Brian Elliott...

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There have been some funny-assed clips over the past couple of weeks... coach mimicking blind man, condor gets free on the ice, this kid going full out nWo.

Dont forget this one.


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And the Nucks think they have goalie issues

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I looked up their stats:

Krause 23GP 5-4-1 .877 SV% 2.80 GAA
Overby 17GP 5-5-0 .901 SV% 2.42 GAA
Schoening 19GP 1-3-0 .861 SV% 2.76 GAA

Overby appears to be the sophomore as it lists Schoening as a junior but doesn't give a year for Overby. Clearly Overby is their best goaltender and they still gave Krause plenty of playing time. What a stroke. I'd have some simpathy if he had the better stats and far less playing time but that isn't even close to the case.

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Hilarious. He instantly reminded me of the cameraman in Zach and Miri Make a Porno.

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I looked up their stats:

Krause 23GP 5-4-1 .877 SV% 2.80 GAA
Overby 17GP 5-5-0 .901 SV% 2.42 GAA
Schoening 19GP 1-3-0 .861 SV% 2.76 GAA

Overby appears to be the sophomore as it lists Schoening as a junior but doesn't give a year for Overby. Clearly Overby is their best goaltender and they still gave Krause plenty of playing time. What a stroke. I'd have some simpathy if he had the better stats and far less playing time but that isn't even close to the case.
it looks like each goalie plays in almost every game?? otherwise how do you play 23 G and only have a 5-4-1 record?

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it looks like each goalie plays in almost every game?? otherwise how do you play 23 G and only have a 5-4-1 record?
Looks like they get a GP for every game they dress, not play in. But looking at the records, you can see there is pretty even playing time.

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No, it's not. This is the hockey equivalent of fragging your bunker.

There are some lines you don't cross, this is one of them. The guy completely screwed his teammates on their senior night. You think they'll ever forget that?
True but what do we know about this? He might have been bullied, he might just be a huge dick. Or maybe the coach picked the sophomore over him even though he's way better. Maybe the coach had an affair (not likely, grasping straws at this point) which someone in the younger goalies family.

The fact of the matter is we know nothing. It was obviously planned. I doubt he just thought: ''hey I'mma score an own goal and then flip 'em off and do an salute''. So obviously something more is behind this. I doubt it's just because he got to be the backup. ANd if that's the reason this kid has got an awful psyche.

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Don't laugh, there may be multiple Al Bundy's on that team. They need something to reminice over when they get older

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Maybe he was bullied throughout the year? Act seems too planned just because of lost ice time.

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Dont forget this one.

At least he dropped the helmet, respect to the ref!

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There's got to be more to the story. It seems like he told some of his friends what he was going do and they supported it.

1) That's not a play that you typically video tape
2) The small crowd of students is cheering for him despite the fact that he just botched the game


Maybe this goalie is a nut job. Maybe the coach pissed in his cheerios. Maybe the team made this kid's life hell. Who knows..

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