Too much partying, is too much partying. You're getting paid millions of dollars to do your job. If you don't know when to lay off the partying, due to it affecting your job, then you officially blow as a professional.
The bigger the money you get, the bigger the commitment you have to make. You can't complain about it, when you're the one that signed the contract.
The opposite viewpoint would suggest that the more money you make, the more entitlement you have to go out and spend that money on enjoying yourself.
People make too much of the partying to be honest - Fortune 500 companies have key employees on massive salaries, who still go out and enjoy themselves.
If it doesn't effect your play and your performance, then you can go out as much as you like.
Slightly unrelated but I used to go out during University a lot, even though I was taking a full course load and working 35 hours a week. I managed to get everything done and graduated with honors; like I said, if you can balance it and find time for both, then there are no issues with it. If you can't though, and it effects your performance, then that's where the issues arise.
i like lupul a lot and hope he wants to stick around.
i'm very picky about girls but alyonka is legit attractive for sure. that said, she does seem like a ****/escort to whichever NHL player wants to hangout with her. but if there's gonna be one she's a dandy!
Lupul use to be a playboy in Philly, you can tell. But now he seems more reserved. Must be the fact that he's having a great season.
FYI: Alyonka is a bad interviewer. She was terrible.
That was actually one of her better pieces I think but that's not saying much
Yes she's an attractive girl and I'm sure she's very nice and has a great personality but she doesn't seem very natural in front of the camera. She was horrible at the Draft and all she had to do was read Tweets and remind people to use hashtags or whatever you call them when tweeting. She fumbled all of her lines. She doesn't need to go full on 'cabbie' like in her interviews but you can't have a great interview if you don't have a host with an engaging personality. She seems to get along with a lot of the players so it would seem she does have a great personality but it just doesn't translate well on camera.