Saturday, March 20, 2010

One point is better than no points

Which is what we were going to get as of five seconds left in the third period.

You saw that, right? The last (literal) second of that game? The spectacularness that was Brian Rafalski tying the game with less than a second left in regulation? How freaking awesome was that! When does that even happen? Holy crap.

But it was just a point, when it could have been two, so I'm still posting the fruits of my third period labor:


HAHAHAHAHA I'VE COME TO CRUSH YOUR DREAMS!!!!!

I don't know. If I were an Oilers fan, and I knew my team had no shot at the playoffs whatsover, I'd want the Red Wings to streak off and MAKE THE CALGARY FLAMES MISS THE PLAYOFFS TOO, but I'm an angry, vindictive bastard, and a Wings fan, so even my imaginings of myself as an Edmonton fan have a pro-Detroit bias.

And hey, tomorrow's a new game.

(If the Wings had just flat out lost this game, I would have only posted that picture, no context, because I thought that would be the most spectacular 200th post to which this blog could ever hope to aspire.)

3 comments:

Rob R said...

That steamroller is badass

Scott said...

You saw that, right? The last (literal) second of that game? The spectacularness that was Brian Rafalski tying the game with less than a second left in regulation? How freaking awesome was that! When does that even happen? Holy crap.
>>>>>>>>

You know when else that happens? Today when Carolina beat Pittsburgh with .09 seconds left in overtime. Not better than .02, I know, but still under 1 second left. ;)

Baroque said...

I also happens when Henrik Zetterberg thinks to himself "f*** shootouts!" and scores with 0.3 seconds left in overtime in Vancouver.

I think this hockey time is trying to kill us all on purpose now. :)