Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Nothing quite like being 26 seconds away from remaining immortal.
Instead, Marc-Andre Fleury is mud?
...Coach Therrien not real happy about Fleury.
We are still convinced that Dave Molinari hates MAF. He took time to job Fleury in his recap of the game.
In Sunday's recap, Molinari made out with Jocelyn Thibault, calling his performance "Brilliant."
Look at this little bit of Molinari's article:
"People near the Penguins' dressing room immediately after the game reported that Therrien gave Fleury a blistering assessment of his play, and he wasn't much easier on him when speaking with reporters."
Come on, Dave. "People"? Like who? That old lady who has sex with all the Islanders players?
"He's got to be better than that. It can happen once in a while. This is four games in a row that I think Marc was ... fair. That's not good enough."
If he was gonna turn on Fleury, he would be starting Thibault.
He's just messing with Fleury.
Besides, has it ever occurred to Therrien that Jean-Claude Van Damme had to put on Fleury's equipment to save the Nassau Coliseum from imminent doom?
Seven shopping days left until the trade deadline. Some jobber at CBC gives us this.
---We'd take Brent Sopel in a minute. Brent Sopel Photoshop Expo on the horizon.
...Some news from the GM meetings...
And if you are still mad about the game, leave it to Jake Wheatley to piss you off even more.
The Trib has a nice little piece on the legacy of the Mellon Arena.
How do you really feel, Jake?
"For many Hill District residents, the Mellon Arena has been the symbol of the beginning of the end of our community and communal process," Wheatley said.
Pensblog is running against Jake Wheatley in the next election, what a joke.
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