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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2012 3:41 pm 
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Shanahan actually reviewed what Weber did to a Red Wings player. He is not even bothering to review the two head shots to Blues players, one of which cracked MacDonald's helmet. But Shanahan has not exhibited any bias about protecting Blues players when they take shots to the head, right? Friggin' lame excuse is he has too many things to review from ONE other game. He is f'in being paid to protect players and he is not doing his f'in job for ALL teams.

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Shanahan actually reviewed what Weber did to a Red Wings player. He is not even bothering to review the two head shots to Blues players, one of which cracked MacDonald's helmet. But Shanahan has not exhibited any bias about protecting Blues players when they take shots to the head, right? Friggin' lame excuse is he has too many things to review from ONE other game. He is f'in being paid to protect players and he is not doing his f'in job for ALL teams.


Dude needs to show a little more respect to the city where he met his wife.

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Funny.
A group of wings fans from a site that will go unnamed, were all excited about stealing a game in Nashville. "Now all we have to do is win our home games and we win the series."

Oops.

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I'm looking for a seat on the Preds bandwagon now. :wink:


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Today, Predators players were using the ping pong tables in the hallway outside of the locker rooms. Todd Bertuzzi saw this and then told them if they wanted to play they needed their own table, then folded up the table, and rolled it into the Wings locker room.


I hate that asshat but this stuff made my day. :lol:

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The giant fail on the part of Detroit on Nashville's 2nd goal was a thing of beauty.

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And Detroit fans boo their own team at the end of the game. What is it with these teams and such crappy fans? We better not ever hear booing at Scottrade...


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This made me laugh last night.

1) Nashville clearly scores a goal which Jimmy Howard never had anywhere near frozen. Refs claim they blew the whistle and stopped play. Should have been a goal. It's waived off.
2) Some idiot Wings fan throws an octopus on the ice in celebration.
3) Nashville scores!!!!
4) Wings score a power play goal.
5) Some other Winged fan idiot throws another octopus on the ice.
6) Nashville scores!!!!

Maybe the Winged fan idiots should re-think that octopus thing. Seems like every time they threw one, Nashville scored. :) Wait. They should just keep throwing them, even in Nashville, so we don't have to hear any more crap about the Wings.

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This made me laugh last night.

1) Nashville clearly scores a goal which Jimmy Howard never had anywhere near frozen. Refs claim they blew the whistle and stopped play. Should have been a goal. It's waived off.
2) Some idiot Wings fan throws an octopus on the ice in celebration.
3) Nashville scores!!!!
4) Wings score a power play goal.
5) Some other Winged fan idiot throws another octopus on the ice.
6) Nashville scores!!!!

Maybe the Winged fan idiots should re-think that octopus thing. Seems like every time they threw one, Nashville scored. :) Wait. They should just keep throwing them, even in Nashville, so we don't have to hear any more crap about the Wings.


The octopus thing is stupid anyway.

Just because something is a tradition, doesn't make it infallible. It's people throwing dead animals on the ice. If you step back and think about it, that's pretty messed up.
I can imagine a Wings fan explaining that tradition to someone who has never heard of hockey before. I'm sure he'd get the biggest "WTF? Are you guys stupid?" kind of look from the newb.

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Oh, and it's funny hearing Wings fans complain that the only reason Nashville is up is because of luck and bad bounces against the Wings. :lol:

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theohall wrote:
This made me laugh last night.

1) Nashville clearly scores a goal which Jimmy Howard never had anywhere near frozen. Refs claim they blew the whistle and stopped play. Should have been a goal. It's waived off.
2) Some idiot Wings fan throws an octopus on the ice in celebration.
3) Nashville scores!!!!
4) Wings score a power play goal.
5) Some other Winged fan idiot throws another octopus on the ice.
6) Nashville scores!!!!

Maybe the Winged fan idiots should re-think that octopus thing. Seems like every time they threw one, Nashville scored. :) Wait. They should just keep throwing them, even in Nashville, so we don't have to hear any more crap about the Wings.


The octopus thing is stupid anyway.

Just because something is a tradition, doesn't make it infallible. It's people throwing dead animals on the ice. If you step back and think about it, that's pretty messed up.
I can imagine a Wings fan explaining that tradition to someone who has never heard of hockey before. I'm sure he'd get the biggest "WTF? Are you guys stupid?" kind of look from the newb.


Should Blues fans start throwing toasted ravioli out on the ice every time we score, or should we throw a dead animal out on the ice too? The cat fish is already taken.

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cprice12 wrote:
theohall wrote:
This made me laugh last night.

1) Nashville clearly scores a goal which Jimmy Howard never had anywhere near frozen. Refs claim they blew the whistle and stopped play. Should have been a goal. It's waived off.
2) Some idiot Wings fan throws an octopus on the ice in celebration.
3) Nashville scores!!!!
4) Wings score a power play goal.
5) Some other Winged fan idiot throws another octopus on the ice.
6) Nashville scores!!!!

Maybe the Winged fan idiots should re-think that octopus thing. Seems like every time they threw one, Nashville scored. :) Wait. They should just keep throwing them, even in Nashville, so we don't have to hear any more crap about the Wings.


The octopus thing is stupid anyway.

Just because something is a tradition, doesn't make it infallible. It's people throwing dead animals on the ice. If you step back and think about it, that's pretty messed up.
I can imagine a Wings fan explaining that tradition to someone who has never heard of hockey before. I'm sure he'd get the biggest "WTF? Are you guys stupid?" kind of look from the newb.


Should Blues fans start throwing toasted ravioli out on the ice every time we score, or should we throw a dead animal out on the ice too? The cat fish is already taken.


Squirrels?

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I would never waste a perfectly good t-rav like that. Now if it was an Olive Garden t-rav, I'd throw them as far as I could. Of course that would beg the question why in the hell I would ever go to olive garden, which would be a valid point.

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I've eaten octopus before... it's chewy and what I'd imagine gnawing down on a sandal might feel like. Not impressed at all.

I've also eaten toasted ravioli... at Charlie Gitto's I think the name of the place was. I was excited to try it and then determined it to be highly overrated. So I'm thinking maybe it's just because I went to the wrong restaurant because there's no way every single St. Louisian could talk so highly about them and then they end up being mushy and unimpressive. So, next time I find myself in that neck of the woods, someone needs to tell me where to get GOOD toasted ravioli. If Charlie Gitto's is the good toasted ravioli then I'd say it's no big loss if you throw them on the ice.

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I've eaten octopus before... it's chewy and what I'd imagine gnawing down on a sandal might feel like. Not impressed at all.

I've also eaten toasted ravioli... at Charlie Gitto's I think the name of the place was. I was excited to try it and then determined it to be highly overrated. So I'm thinking maybe it's just because I went to the wrong restaurant because there's no way every single St. Louisian could talk so highly about them and then they end up being mushy and unimpressive. So, next time I find myself in that neck of the woods, someone needs to tell me where to get GOOD toasted ravioli. If Charlie Gitto's is the good toasted ravioli then I'd say it's no big loss if you throw them on the ice.


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t-ravs overrated? glen, I just don't know you.





Literally, I've never met you. But you get the point.

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I've had octopus before too... the big ones, and the tiny baby ones in sushi. Meh.

I like the idea of throwing a dead animal on the ice. I think Blues fans should start the tradition here but with an American Bald Eagle. It will piss off people who don't like the Blues (just like it pisses Curt off), plus the enviro/animal rightsfreaks will be livid.

On a macro scale, it will piss off pretty much every American who isn't a Blues fan. Perfect.

WIN/WIN/WIN/WIN

a dead kitten would work too

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Kittens get my vote.

Easier to get, cheaper, nearly as offensive.

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Squirrels?


Yes with a stupid Cardinals hat...that crappy image from Game 2 really pissed me off.

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