Regarding Richards' PK Subban comments. I don't understand how this is an issue or why you need to say something like that to the media? Let the child run his mouth, and focus more on scoring and stripping the puck from him when he forgets he is a defenseman and tries to dangle around your whole effin' team.
Usually that shuts them the **** up.
Yeah, that's probably why he finished at +2 for the playoffs even if his team got outscored 17 - 7 in the semi-finals...
I didn't understand how your video proved anything
Anyway, can you guys show some class and stop wishing PK to get hurt ?
I was the only one who said that, and it was a fairly obvious joke. Chill.
I actually think he could give Richards a good scrap, hes fought before and it's not like Richards has a pair of golden gloves sitting at home or anything. That said I hope Hartnell just grips him up and beats that ass. Last thing the world needs is PK Subban's ego swelling, little ****** annoying enough as it is, lol.
I have tickets to the game in Philly next Monday and I am sooo excited.
I am wondering, is it a bad idea to wear my PK Subban red Canadiens jersey to the game?
Would I be better off wearing my Price jersey? or no jersey at all?
I think this depends on the location of your seats. You'll probably get some **** for wearing either jersey, but if you're in the lower seats it shouldn't be a huge issue as long as you don't provoke people. A good amount of Habs fans tend to show up anyway, so you might get lucky and find yourself some allies.
Hell i didn't knew Powe was so big in fact... Could he be a Top 6 power forward?
I doubt he ever turns into a power forward, per se. His game is speed based, stick handling isn't his strong suit and he lacks a scoring touch. That said, Powe is a solid 2 way forward, especially at his meager cost. He's been plugged in to the top 6 on occasion and has held his own. I'd say he's more likely to be a career bottom 6'er. There should always be a spot for a guy with speed that can kill penalties, mix it up and score a few goals. He's pretty bright, too. Went to Princeton.