Saturday, August 9, 2008

Winter In The Sun #44

[It's A Black Fly In Your Chardonnay. PENS LOSE.]
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3 a (1): incongruity between the actual result of a sequence of events and the normal or expected result (2): an event or result marked by such incongruity b: incongruity between a situation developed in a drama and the accompanying words or actions that is understood by the audience but not by the characters in the play —called also dramatic irony, tragic irony

So, really, is what happened in this game ironic?
It could just be called a kick in the face.

Maybe you were at the game.
Maybe you were at home.
Maybe you were at a bar.

Wherever you were, when you saw Wrecking joke line up for the shootout...
You knew it.

ots of good hockey in the first.
Mark Recchi ruined a lot of it.

The following pictures will allow you to understand what happen:


Pens on PK.
Puck hits screen.
No call by the refs.
Recchi passes.

Kovaljoke has sweet hands.



Bing Scores.


Nothing to write home about.
Conk is sick.

B Smith

Bobby Holik is a joke.
He jobs one in.

The rest of the third:

Conkblock city.



Both teams have one good chance.
Who cares.



3 for ATL don't score.
2 for the Pens don't score.

Bing can win it.

No Dice.

Mark Recchi for the Thrashers.
Walks down.


Cute little move on the shootout goal, but that move's not gonna work when he's trying to sink that big putt on a golf course in mid-April.


Malkin was still left.
But the book was already written.

Good road trip

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curtO. said...

October FIRST can't get here soon enough...

Annie said...

I SECOND that thought.

Flyer Hater said...

I still hate Mark Recchi

shawnawwwesome said...

And the Straight Job Express keeps rolling over those former Pens.

I was at Recchi bobblehead night.

Yeah. It's still in the box.

J.S. said...

and I'll take what Crosby probably went through on his 21st

Jack Daniels, by the....

wait for it...




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