Tuesday, January 16, 2007
I sure do miss a good hockey fight, remember the days of BOB PROBERT, DOMI, GRIMSON, SIMON and all those great hockey fighters, well it's just a memory now. The new and improved NHL witch is still a great game is lacking something that all real hockey fans miss, FIGHTS. It's a real shame that i can't remember the last time i saw a FIGHT during a hockey game. The NHL thought the game would be better if they cleaned it up a little to make room for the more skilled players, well i remember a time when the skilled players played right along with the FIGHTERS and the skilled players still scored goals, HOWE,GRETSKY,YZERMAN and so on. It's to a point know that if a player looks the wrong way at another player or checks him a little to hard into the boards he gets put in the box. MICKEY REDMEN, one of the broadcast guys for the DETROIT REDWINGS made a comment one night during a game right after a penalty was called for a very weak holding call, he said that guys like PROBERT would have been ashamed, they would have got there monies worth before going to the box. I remember the fans going nuts when a FIGHT broke out and they still would, I really don't think fans would turn the channel or leave the game or cover there childs eyes until it was over, no, they would stand up and say kick his ass, some people might even take that twinkie out of there kids right hand and that ps2 control out of there left hand and say LOOK at this. But anyway i miss NHL hockey FIGHTS.
Monday, January 15, 2007
Sunday, January 14, 2007
WOW what a captain he was, i hope that everyone who watched this baby faced chubby cheecked young boy who started playing with a horrible hockey team over 20 years ago can understand what he did for the DETROIT REDWINGS and the city of DETROIT and for all of hockey. what a class act, when you look at most pro players in all sports [ not all ] you see people who are lifted above normal standards of living and they take advantage of it, not STEVIE, he just did his job, very well i might add. he took that team to the promise land three times, thank you. And then when he was done he thanked everyone else around him. My son works at J L A in DET. and told me that the night that his number was being lifted to the top of J L A there was not to many dry eyes in the house, what does that tell you about this great guy. For all of us who watched him grow up and play hockey in our town i hpoe you really enjoyed it because it will be a long time before you see anything like that again. I have to say it again, THANK YOU MR. STEVE YZERMAN.
just confused about our REAL reason for invading those small countries over the past many years. I understand how most of true blooded americans were horrified and outraged and angry after 911, trust me i was one of them, I could finally understand why our fathers said they felt they had to go and fight for our GREAT country after attacks on our soil. Well it's been nearing 6 years since that day and we are still there. so here is my question to all of you real blooded americans, are we there for the oil or are we there to KILL terrorist. I think that 25% of our involvement is to kill terrorist and 75% is for oil. 911 gave our leaders a great reason to invade, control and police the whole area for our interest. I just say a clip on local TV that there is a small pocket of oil in LIVONIA, MI. I hope my leaders in WASHINGTON didn't see that, they might invade there to. [ lol ] but anyway thats my feeling about this BIG problem, your feelings are welcome.