Friday, March 6, 2009

Another Cross League Trade Proposal

Usain Bolt for Jarome Iginla

The flames get increased speed and double the amount of blackness on their team. While Jamaica recieves a leader with true heart, and can pass him off as jamaican.


Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Could the season be over for the Calgary Flames?

While the Flames did make a major splash today in the trade market, bigger injury news was announced today at Darryl Sutters 1 o'clock news conference. Darryl first started off the conference talking about Jokinen and Leopold and what they can add to the team. Then he got into the injury status of Todd Bertuzzi. This week bertuzzi had surgery on his knee, and he will be out for one month (the longest month of my life). there goes the flames season!

One month is pretty good healing time for a miracle healer such as bertuzzi. Other miracles bertuzzi has made this season are scoring 43 points while being dead last in the team plus/minus at -11. there is no doubt that big bert will be missed. whether the flames will be able to win a game without bertuzzi is yet to be seen.


I asked for Satan...

and Darryl gave me Jokinen... THANK YOU... You are now my hero Darryl Sutter. Anything you need, I'll get it for you!!


Quietest Trade Deadline in years.

So it's already 9:31 and one trade has gone down.. and it's not even that big of a trade. I think the recession is the biggest reason but the pick up I was hoping to happen still hasn't happened. Come on Darryl, Satan or Gary Roberts... COME ON DARRYL!!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Marian Hossa taken off a stretcher...

See topic above... Except Detroit is still deeper than half the teams in the NHL. GO FLAMES GO!

Trade Alert

The Boston Bruins have traded forward Chuck Kobasew to God, in exchange for the 7 dead cricket players and the 2 missing football players (now presumed dead). This becomes the most amount of players exchanged in a trade involving a hockey player since eric lindros was exchanged for 8 players.


Monday, March 2, 2009

1,794 Miles

If you look closely, that is a googlemap from Minnesota to Vancouver. Or in other words, the distance that Marion Gaborik has to travel to see Pav Demitra.

Marion Gaborik has played an astounding six games this season. On January 5th, Gaborik underwent left hip surgery to fix his ailing groin problems.

"Underwent left hip surgery Jan. 5. The surgery addressed a deficiency in his hip that has caused chronic left groin pain."

With all the secrecy in the NHL about injuries, it can be concluded that Gaborik did undergo hip surgery, but the chronic groin pain is a result from the the rough sex he has with former teammate Pavol Demitra.

It is apparent that the relationship between the two NHL players is finally being tested. The long distance relationship is taking a toll on them, both emotionally and physically.

An insider to the BOWC has said, "They both seem very strained lately. When they were playing together, they were roommates and would spend all their time together outside of the rink. Now they only see each other six times a year."

Although both players have admitted that it has been hard living so far apart, another insider stated "Marion and Pavol are doing great. When the Canucks and Wild play, they will make sure to have dinner together before the game and spend the night together. They were together during Christmas and the All-Star Break too. Pavol's family absolutely adores Marion, they think they are fantastic. They are planning on going on a cruise to the Mediterranean this off season"

With Gaborik's stock so low, there is a chance that Vancouver may afford him when he becomes a free agent. A close friend of Demitra has told the BOWC that Pavol has been pushing Vancouver GM Mike Gillis to look into acquiring Gaborik this offseason if they are not able to sign the Canucks. Says the friend, "I really hope that they are closer together. If Gaborik moves out East, I think they might have to call it off, and that would be horrible"

Until the offseason ...