Friday, December 26, 2008

Time To Win Some Games

We missed the boat on the Penguins showing a plethora of unreal games on Christmas day.

There was a big-time game from the '80s between the Pens and Flyers.
We didn't even catch this one. We're just guessing from what we saw in C-Blog.

Then we saw Game 6 of the 1991 ECF against Boston.
What a huge goal by Gordie Roberts.

Then Game 5 of the 1991 SCF against Minnesota.
Finally, it was Game 1 of the 1992 SCF against Chicago.

A common thread in the last three games was the enthusiasm of the Mellon Arena crowd.
The Pens would give up a huge goal, there'd be a hushed silence, but the crowd would be chanting LET'S GO PENS before the puck dropped again.

We'd attribute this to the excitement of playoff hockey,
but judging by some of the fashion decisions and hair seen in the crowd, coupled with it being the early '90s, it's obvious that everyone was on coke.





1:29 = Buries It

Somehow the same video manages to give you goosebumps over and over. Astounding.

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Apparently, the NHL is keeping the Coyotes afloat by giving them advances on their league-wide revenue share. PUCK DADDY has every link you need.

Normally, we'd refrain from saying that Phoenix should be moved since we hated it when people were saying the same thing about the Penguins a few years back.

Then again, we're comparing Glendale, Arizona, against Pittsburgh, PA's hockey background.
That's like comparing apples and assholes.

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Patrice Bergeron placed on injured reserve. YAHOO.
Ouch.
Don't get us wrong, the NHL is always better off if Boston is doing well.
But has there been a more inflated 25-5 hockey team ever?

Look at their December schedule:
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That's a whopping two games against playoff teams.
They finish off the month with games against Atlanta, Carolina, and then the Pens.

The thing about the NHL is that the schedule makers will end your life at some point.
Let the Bruins be good now. That shit is going to burn up faster Apollo 1.


That's are pretty much the only NHL-related stuff we care about right now.
The Junior World Championships start today, right?

Someone probably has that shit listed somewhere. It is on NHL Network.

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Adding to the importance of this game is the fact that both teams' mascots are featured in one of the brand-new "This is SportsCenter" spots.



We can't get video of it since it premiered Thursday night.
But basically Iceburgh and "The Devil" mess with the thermostat in the ESPN studio, adjusting it accordingly.


Big thanks to Randy L. for this sick pic.

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Of course we missed this, too.
12 Days of Mike Lange



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We need a big-time Gameday Character.
So give us some ideas...

This guy will never be a Gameday. But this is the strangest music video you will ever watch.


Go Pens



91 comments:

jefe p said...

oh what the heck, ill buy the coyotes.

nikki said...

desparate times call for desparate measures...>

DO IT

LargeTurkey said...

Bryzgalov is good at hockey. I'd take him over Sabourin on any day of the week.

debrisslide said...

You guys just discovered SHINE? I'm shocked. I thought Charlie would have jumped on that shit with you boys weeks ago.

Game Day:
Ernest Shackleton - he was seriously all business.
Still suggesting him, too
Philip Seymour Hoffman in Twister
Jacques Lacan (I hate this bastard, but he is indeed pretty business)
legendary SF journalist Paul Avery
Detective Jake Gittes

Wooooo.

PittHockey said...

I need to see this sportscenter commercial

johnny said...

Maybe the King Arthur fanboy will never be a Gameday, but I wouldn't mind seeing more of his attractive redheaded friend popping up from time to time.

Happy Holidays.

diabeticsRcooler said...

you need to do it:

Connor MacCleod

TheHighlander>

J-Farm said...


Plain and Simple...



Do it.

Letang Buries It said...

For Gameday:

He always managed to steer a team of youthful half-shells to victory against all odds...

Seasons Greetings, Go Pens!

jefe p said...

i agree with the highlander, but id suggest Duncan MacLeod instead. will fuck your shit up.

or Heroes' HRG. hes already friends with dupuis..

hm i should be asleep.

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TheFandangler said...

.....

T said...

What about Ian McShane as Al Swearengen from Deadwood as GameDay Character?

http://img2.timeinc.net/ew/dynamic/imgs/070905/deadwood_l.jpg

http://www.hbo.com/news/img/252x190/al_swearengen_081606_252x19.jpg

pittsburghsteelrocks.com said...

For a gameday, I'm sayin Gemini...from the OG American Gladiators. Who were you guys thinking? Malibu? He could probably play on Crosby's wing. He would have mad points if he was allowed to play in an Atlasphere. Scariest forecheck ever.

Raybin said...

I re-iterate now and forever my previously adopted (and, may I immodestly add, quite successful!) suggestion of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain when we need a huge boost.

Fortunately, however, I do have two other suggestions:

Les Stroud

Daniel Plainview

Unstoppable.

I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE! DRAINAGE!

penstone said...

@Raybin
dude! les stroud?! fuck yeah! i love that guy

Raybin said...

@penstone

Word. I was crushed to hear that he was done making "Survivorman." That show is a lot more fun to watch than it should be, essentially since it's just an hour of a dude fucking around in the woods.

Quick points about the other stuff in the post:

-Crap, that kills my soul about the 'Yotes. I hope they make it or find someone to take the team somewhere. I hate to see teams move. I hate to see teams fold even more. I'd like to see the NHL maintain its level and grow the fanbase, not have to shut down franchises.

It's tough. Not one but two ECHL teams have folded in the past several months.

Sigh.

-Good to see the staff still in game shape over the holidays and pointing out the imminent bursting of the Boston bubble.

The Apollo 1 line is fucking classic, by the way.

I'm gonna go read CBlog and see what other people had to say about the bee-yoo-tee-ful classic Pens games on today. Sometimes insomnia can be helpful.

Raybin said...

The best part of those classic games?

Standup goaltending. It was almost jarring to see.

meecrofilm said...

Gotta go with The Fandangler on this one. There is simply no greater option.

Nulpher said...

General George S. Patton

Wars may be fought with weapons, but they are won by men. It is the spirit of the men who follow and of the man who leads that gains that victory.


Spirit is what we need.

millvalemauler said...

Mr. Blonde

http://www.dailyraider.com/vg/pc/reservoirdogs/01.jpg


Nothing will motivate more.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v246/Ruethless/gary-busey-evicted.jpg

Pittsburgh's own.

http://www.fridaythe13thfilms.com/saga/part1/savini5.jpg

...douchebag.

Paul said...

Is that one of the nelson sisters?

sven butenschon said...

I am going to have to go with Sgt. Slaughter

BlacknGold66 said...

Staff, I'm drunk (and c-blog, you know what that means... stupid comment by me...)


But seriously?

HRG should've been a GameDay Starter YEARS ago.

If not him then go back to the basics...

PHIL COLLINS (I know Wilsmith has my back on this one)

Go back to old school tPB hockey.

Paul said...

o yea... gameday character....
hans from the mighty duck series

J.S. said...

I wouldn't recommend Chris Dane Owens as a starter for Detroit, or even the Sens. Well, maybe the Sens. That stashe that he has in the video kinda matches what's going on with the Sens. Plus I'm sure they'd get along just fine.

My suggestion for game day starter:
Keyser Soze. For those unfamiliar, this is his story
"I believe in God, but the only thing that scares me is Keyser Soze."

M. Vanderlasser said...

I am not afraid of Kevin Spacey.

I am afraid of Jules from Pulp Fiction, though.

Merry Christmas, Pensblog!

The Bob Errey soundboard is a stone-cold holiday classic.

Annie said...

I nominate Henry V.

"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
For he today that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother..."


"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more…

...when the blast of war blows in our ears,
Then imitate the action of the tiger;
Stiffen the sinews, summon up the blood,
Disguise fair nature with hard-favour’d rage...

...The game’s afoot:
Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry ‘God for Sidney, Geno, and Saint Buries It!"


(I could go on all day...)

Doodle said...

I don't know how to make them links so I'm sorry about that, but here are some good ones.

John Mclain - http://data1.blog.de/blog/k/kalpeakatsastaja/img/Bruce-Willis-on-John-McClane.jpg

Neo - http://www.fastvideo.ru/info/applications/ballistics/img/neo.jpg

The Man With No Name - http://igpphome.ucsd.edu/~shearer/mahi/JCLUB/clint.jpeg

Billy Dee Williams - http://bfcgroup.com/helluvatough/billydeesign.jpg

Hannibal Lecter - http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd13/halloweenmart/lecter0103.jpg

urban said...

Hmm...a gameday character who we need to come out of obscurity, with the instincts of a killer, and save the world.

Is there any other choice, really?

Steve Braband said...

Free Willy - http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2007-11-29-free_willy.jpg

Robert said...

I love the splinter idea... but then a photoshop of certain pens with appropriate coloured headbands would have to follow...

michaelangelo = talBOT.. non negotiable




another idea... we're in a tough spot, 4th place in the division, backs against the wall. only 1 man made is out of these situations consistantly...

macgyver buries it
http://importantshock.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/macgyver.jpg

canaan said...

kevin costner -- the postman

:pop:

canaan said...

you know what, after seeing roberts post, mcgyver is a pretty swell idea.

Rage said...

"...Disguise fair nature with hard-favour’d rage..."

Indeed...

woooooooooooooooooooooo

Kristen said...

http://kimandjason.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/cousin-eddy.jpg



this is all business

Aubrey said...

DO IT!>

We need someone scary...

AceWilde said...

Wow, i didn't know Charlie was a music video star.

I like Daniel Plainview from There Will Be Blood... I just saw the movie and that guy is one cold and calloused bastard who gets things done. Daniel Day-Lewis... what an actor.

http://entimg.msn.com/i/gal/There_Will_Be_Blood/TWBB_13720_502.jpg

Flyer Hater said...

The Mike Lange call on the Gordie Roberts goal in Game 6 of the Bruins series re-defined broadcasting.

AceWilde said...

@ RAYBIN ... I agree with your sentiment concerning hockey teams moving. I don't like to see it if it has a supportive fanbase. I was in Phoenix 2 months ago. I tried my hardest to trackdown a carcillo anything and found only a few standard team shirts. Seriously, they have more support for their WNBA team than their NHL team. It wouldn't bother me one bit to see them move back north of the border.

Nuge said...

The Dude...

Nuge said...

Or obviously Ted Nugent. Nothing like a flaming arrow to strike fear in the hearts of opponents.

satownsend said...

Marv from Sin City.

Matty09 said...

Pens Habs Taint ASG Voting


hmmmmmm interesting

Flyer Hater said...

Contract Atlanta and Florida
Move Phoenix back to Winnipeg
Move Carolina back to Hartford

Whistler said...

Gonna be at the game tonight. I'll make sure to snap plenty of pics.

The smack talk has already started from GF and her brother how the Pens are soff.

For my final Christmas present all I ask is for a Pens win tonight.

Commit!!

Chase said...

i'm going to have to second dave and go with free willy hahaha

pops said...

When the Grey Hair is dead, Magua will eat his heart. Before he dies, Magua will put his children under the knife, so the Grey Hair will know his seed is wiped out forever.>

Most badass villain ever.
Best movie ever.
Do it

fleuryous said...

Jessica Fletcher. That bitch was good.

And Phil Collins is never a bad choice.

@ Raybin...the goaltending was beautiful. As big of a douche Hextall is, the way he used his stick was pretty impressive...even when he was chasing after Robbie Brown.

That Pens picture is awesome. Kudos to whoever did it.

Hope everyone is having a good holiday season.

coffeytalk said...

Staff, I think you need to dig deep for a starter tonight. Instead of slapping some fresh, silly character from some joke of a movie or tv show, search your heart. Look for someone that's dug us out before. Think about last years ups and downs. Think about the kind of kick in the pants our boys need. Search your soul and choose wisely.

holygoligoski said...

Biznasty and Dustin Jeffrey called up?

I have a good feeling about these two.. both OHL boys.

fleuryous said...

Biznasty?
Ohshit.

Gloves will be dropped.

KDub11 said...

I vote Gus the groundhog from the annoying lottery commercials. 2nd most famous>

christina said...

Biznasty. Fuck yes.

Raybin said...

Think about the kind of kick in the pants our boys need.

Then it has to be Red and Andy (quiet, firm inspiration) or Ed Harris (big, dramatic inspiration)

I'm all for either.

Raybin said...

Biz Nasty tonight? Hell yes.

@fleuryous

I fucking loved watching that goaltending too. Ron Hextall is the only member of the Flyers organization in its history that I would bother to piss on if he were on fire. For him, I'd even get a bucket of water.

Jon Casey = joke

johnnylaw said...

I like the suggestions of Jules from "Pulp Fiction." I'd also like to suggest the McManus brothers from "Boondock Saints." Then there's also the classic William Tell.

pittsburghsteelrocks.com said...

If you want your ass beat, fight BIZNASTY

J.S. said...

Pens fans taint voting? Yeah, I got your taint....wait, what was I saying? Oh, about tainting votes. Blah blah same recycled crap about Habs using a script and us Penguins fans stuffing the vote.

Again, there's a big difference between the two.

There's nothing illegal about encouraging other teams to vote for players if we vote for theirs (ie Unholy Alliance, which I believe was eventually shitcanned within 72 hrs). I don't agree with how the NHL set up this year's system, giving people the ability to vote for player x 1000s of times if needed, but the rules are the rules and allow people to vote as many times as they want. If they want to prevent such a thing, do what they did in years past and assign a vote to an email.

More or less, nothing new on this story. I just can't wait for it to be over so all parties can stop moaning about the system.

Brodeur injury: still injured, still fat.

Stoosh said...

Thoughts, dudes...

1. I guarantee that these same media types who are currently treating the All-Star votes for Pens and Habs players as a social injustice will soon be inundating us all with columns and blog posts about how the All-Star Game needs to go away because it's a joke of an exhibition game, most of the players don't want to be there, and none of the fans watch it anyway. I'm channelling my inner Van Wilder and saying "Write that down."

2. Can someone please explain to me why it's such a problem that Malkin and Crosby are the two top vote-getters in the ASG voting when they are the top two scorers in the NHL? I fail to see how this is an issue. I thought that's how it was supposed to work.

3. Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, that's right...everything Crosby and Malkin do are because the Pens are the NHL's little sweetheart cash cows, and not because they actually earn it on the ice. Never mind that Malkin's on pace for a 140-point season. He's doing that because the NHL has arranged for the Pens to get the benefit of the doubt in all situations.

4. I'll be really interested to see what Dustin Jeffrey can do in this call-up. This is a kid with a good shot, a good touch around the net...someone within the system who really could eventually develop into that scoring forward that we could use. Jeffrey, Caputi, and Pierro-Zabotel are probably the three best prospects with a chance to develop into forwards capable of playing on the top two lines, so this could be fun.

5. I'm with Coffey and BNG on the gameday starter for tonight...time to dig deep.

Stoosh said...

As far as the situations in Phoenix, Atlanta, Florida, maybe even Nashville go...meh.

I know what we just went through a few years ago sucked, but the possibility of the Pens leaving town had absolutely zilch to do with lack of support and everything to do with politics.

The Pens have been one of the NHL's strongest markets at the gate and on television over the last twenty years. With the exception of a handful of seasons over that time (and by that, I mean like two...MAYBE three or four), the team has consistently played to 92-95% capacity at home.

The NHL needs to pay attention to what's going on in some of these other cities because they created this monster.

Bettman allowed certain teams to relocate (Winnipeg and Hartford, for instance) and also expanded to what he thought would be terrific television markets as part of this master plan to bring the game to network television. Teams would be raking in revenues from a league-wide national TV network deal - similar to what the NBA currently has with ESPN.

The problem was that while this expansion/relocation was going on, the game became bogged-down and boring thanks largely to the league's refusal to call obstruction. I've said this before - the NHL is the only league that ever allowed its rulebook and the enforcement of it to drag its star players down to mediocrity. The game became tougher to watch because no one wanted to see star players getting tackled to the ice every time they touched the puck.

TV revenues dropped, followed by gate revenues, yet salaries continued to climb. The result was the lockout.

ESPN bailed on the league and when the league came back, Bettman was forced to take a joke of a deal on a joke of a network that most people couldn't get, thus making the league an even bigger joke in the sports consciousness of Americans, which is ironically the very market Bettman's master television plan wanted to target.

Since it doesn't appear Bettman's Golden Goose of a TV deal is on the horizon, the league needs to look seriously at the abilities of some of these teams to remain solvent in these markets. If not, then maybe it's time to admit the master plan just didn't work.

dirtyd said...

Gameday?

Kid from the Godard video! We need him.

Matty09 said...

Just for the record, I wasnt saying that I think the votes are tainted haha, Im a huge Pens fan. I just love the reference the a 'particular Penguins blog', and our 'Unholy Alliance'. Cry babies in Canadia are just a lil sad they cant have the circle jerk Habs starting lineup like they wanted

TheNWChica said...

Hey Jefe...I'll help buy up the Desert Dogs. My pal Pete needs his job! ;)

Oh, and as a member of the growing XX faction on this here blog, I would like to nominate one Lieutenant Ellen Ripley. She is one of the most bad ass people, woman or man, out there.

EatonFreeCandy4Life said...

If it was motivational for some PA paper salesman, why not now?

Dwight's speech!

Or, I second the Zoolander pic. :)

Let's Go Pens!!!!

J.S. said...

Matty, no no. I didn't mean for that to come off the wrong way. I knew that you didn't write it.

My point was now it seems like there's multiple places that seem to be picking up that story and lumping the Pens fans and Habs fans into the same group.

If Billy Mays were to be the pitchman for the Coyotes, I'd buy them in a second. Dude could sell me anything.

Stoosh said...

@ Matty09 -

I agree with you. It's some of the other bloggers and the rest of the national hockey media that's the problem.

It's an ironic occurrence you see in every sport, actually. On the day the Pro Bowl rosters in the NFL and the ASG rosters in Major League Baseball are announced, you are guaranteed to see some sort of cookie-cutter writeup or feature on...

1. who got snubbed
2. who wasn't worthy
3. argument as to why the fans shouldn't vote
4. argument as to why the fans should vote.

Then the day after each game is actually played, you see the same media types issuing a cookie-cutter article/feature on how All Star Games and Pro Bowls have lost their luster, how most of the players who go don't even want to be there, and how most of the fans don't watch and don't care.

If that's the case, why the annual circle jerk over who gets in and who doesn't?

That's why the media is a bigger joke than these exhibition games themselves.

J.S. said...

and I second dirtyd's vote of the kid from the Godard video.

there he is, halfway into the video

He's done enough time in the minors. In the words of Reg Dunlop "Alright guy(s), show us what you got."

Bethany said...

Bruce Campbell

urban said...

I agree with J.S.

That guy was a top prospect in the off-season. There was quite a bit of talk surrounding him for some time. Let's see what he can do.

wilsmith said...

I can feel it.

Scotty G said...

As far as gameday goes...ALF. lol.

Silky Smooth said...

Time to take the bull by the horns>

Kimberlass said...

Eli Cash. The only game day inspiration you need.

Jared said...

Has everyone seen this post about Cooke? http://blogs.tampabay.com/lightning/2008/12/cooke-should-ha.html

I think it's absurd. The guy was doing his job. he had drawn a penalty from their captain. He would have been ridiculed for fighting him worse than this because then he would have obviously been the guy out to hurt vinny.

Also for gameday.
http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h30/hamwad/the_big_lebowski32.jpg

Harshdiddy said...

I am feeling a big game from whitney today.

And as always a big game from boberreyian up in the booth.

Go pens.

Brando said...

When goin to Dirty Jersey, you gotta bring the heat.

http://i.usatoday.net/life/_photos/2007/04/06/tony-paulie.jpg

kstewy16 said...

C'mon already, we're playing the DEVILS. Obviously the gameday should be Jesus.
And no I don't mean the guy cutting you're lawn.
Jesus Christ.

Johnny Wrath said...

Sid Crosby: "Hey, can I talk to you for a minute?"

Evgeni Malkin: "Hokey ducky."

SC: "Right. I wanted to ask you what you aim at when you score all those goals, because I'm not doing something right."

EM: "You mean when I take shot or right after when I looking for girls in arena?"

SC: "..."

EM: "Oh, oh. I understand. When I am picking spot, I look the most shaming one."

SC: "Wait, what the hell is that you're eating?"

EM: "It Selyodka pod Shouboy. You make with herring, ground beets, and mayonnaise."

SC: "It looks like a whale threw up in your potato salad."

EM: "Yes. It not good. It make me want more angry shot and shame goalie, and distract faceoff player from enemy."

SC: "Oh, yeah, so you mean you deliberately take shots at areas which produce the most embarrassment to the goalie?"

EM: "Yes. I do not just shoot puck at open net like asshole Ovechkin, I am want goalie to think he need to try new pads."

SC: "Incredible. How often do you still shoot when you have a pass you think you can make?"

EM: "I do not understand."

SC: "You know, like, if I have a clear shot but somebody else is open, what would you do?"

EM: "If it, like you say, embarrass goalie more, I pass to stay at home defender to score, or team fighting player. In world junior, I fake big snapper, pass to guy who just there to win faceoff. He score, goalie never draft by NHL team."

SC: "Yeah... thanks, Gino. You have anything you want to ask me about winning faceoffs?"

EM: "Where can I get more jersey for writing phone number for girls in arena?"

Go Pens.

TQ said...

How bout 66 for a Game Day character?

Simple, but classy. Tough times like these call for big time game breakers.

Angelo said...

HRG (Claire's dad) from Heroes has got to be a gameday character. He is so money.

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