He signed with HC Ambri-Piotta (a bottom of the league team). Should get plenty of pucks headed his way.For his career's sake, I was just hoping he's not with Kaner and Seguin. Of course Kaner's mom is there.
you should never have told him about your kinik fathead.I always bring all my fatheads with me in the hopes of autographs, I was hoping Gary wouldn't have seen it. My lulz fathead fell in the ditch water otherwise I would ask for an autograph. How about you kinik, autograph?
Hockey? Who needs hockey? We had a bench clearing brawl in the Canadian House of Commons today.
Sad but not forgotten fact, the Americans used to have great political debates...See Aaron Burr.We had Blago, he filled all our needs until he went to the can. I think he does Elvis in prison.
Illitch I hope your alive to see this new stadium built and follow through on all these ideas of a new arena. from everything Ive heard itll be top notch.What he wants to do sounds very cool. Hope he gets it done without any set-backs. The tax issues passed the Michigan senate the other day, so thats one hurdle cleared. He sure does a lot for the city of Detroit. I would sure love to see a Red Wings game in person soon. Ive never been able to do that. Been to tons of Tigers games, just not a Wings game.
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[@TSNBobMcKenzie]: PA doesn't like 5 yr term limits on contracts or 10 yr term of CBA or fact that Make Whole bump to $300M is tied to accepting 10 yr CBA.
F U C K ing Players Association!!! W T F?!?!?!?
If this ishtstorm isn't settled by tomorrow, I officially put 100% blame on the NHLPA. Greedy foolish bastards!!!
People making a big deal about Don and Gary being there when there are just as big or bigger problems are the Miller, Toews, Jacobs, types.
At one point the owners threatened to take the offer off the table, indicating they were frustrated with the lack of flexibility on the players side, who have been waiting for the owners to make the kind of move they did last night.
According to sources close to the negotiation it was Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller who lost his temper briefly, which seemed to encourage further dialogue, although at another point Boston Bruins hard line owner Jeremy Jacobs threatened to leave the negotiation. At that point a more moderate group of owners including the Pittsburgh Penguins' Ron Burkle and the Tampa Bay Lightning's Jeff Vinik agreed to keep the negotiation going.