I don't see what the ****ing big deal is with this UncleDaddy™ stuff.
I mean, there's enough of Fatso to go around right?
But in all seriousness, I wish people would stay out of personal lives of sports stars as a general policy.
I liked what we saw, for the most part, from the Rangers today. Great to get Hank another shutout, and hopefully a Vezina nom!
Let's rest up, and get ready for Boston/Montreal/Washington Can't imagine any one of them WANT to play the Rangers next week.
Very excited to see how some players (Nash, mostly) handle NY Playoffs. If today was any indicator, I think we'll be okay. Also Zucc's first NHL playoff experience. Will be interesting to see how he handles the higher intensity.
Great game to be at. We want Marty chants were gold.
There was some idiot who was drunk from puck drop who was sitting 2 rows behind me. Would not shut up. Was chanting We Want Pittsburgh, which by that point wouldn't happen unless Lundqvist scored 5 goals on himself.
At the risk of seeming totally clueless, I'll bite. I do not know the Uncle Daddy story. What the heck is that?
If you want the full story, you can read the recitation from the NJ Appellate Division. Merry Christmas?
Plaintiff soon began to suspect that her husband was having an affair with her brother's wife. In the summer of 2002, she confronted defendant about her suspicions; both defendant and her sister-in-law denied having an affair, and plaintiff had no reason to disbelieve them. She allowed her brother and sister-in-law to remain living with them. On December 24, 2002, however, defendant admitted to having an adulterous relationship with his sister-in-law. When, on December 28, 2002, plaintiff learned that the affair was continuing, she removed defendant's belongings from the marital home and asked him to leave. He stayed in hotels and then an apartment for the first few months of 2003.
Tune up indeed. We tuned up the Devils something fierce. Get outta MSG with that ******** performance you put up today. Way to roll over against your biggest rivals. No heart on that team, not an ounce.
Great game. Getting psyched for playoffs. Hope Clowe, Boyle, Dorsett, Staal can all get back quickly. That'd be a pretty intimidating lineup if they do.
Originally Posted by Kershaw
[Clarkson is] Better than Clowe.
Italics added by me for context. Is this a joke? You can't be serious... Clarkson has been a mediocre third liner his entire career - he had one breakout season just last year which by all indications was an abberration, and everyone has been gushing about him since. That this is even a debate is absurd.
Clarkson's production last year was inflated by getting big PP time compared to past years and having a significantly higher shooting % than he has ever had. More than one third of his production came from PP pts. He was the king of garbage goals last year (yes, goals are goals - but are we really going to make this mistake again? Gomez's production was inflated by garbage goals on NJ's PP too...). In Clarkson's best year, he only barely kept pace with Clowe's worst year. And on top of all of that, he does not have the vision or playmaking skills that Clowe does. In terms of physicality they're probably pretty even. You can't even say that he is significantly younger -- he is just 6 months younger. What a joke.
If the top 6 gets broken up before the PO's there needs to be criminal prosecution going Torts way, because they looked amazing today.
Them Nash goals.
I wouldn't put all that much stock in how awesome the team looked today. The Devils were a total no-show. They may as well have stayed in Newark and forfeited the game with that nonsense product they put on the ice today.