April 19, 2012 in Old Time Hockey, Other Cultures, Wordsmoker
Hello again Wordsmokers! Due to indifferent demand and my need to keep occupied lest I bite all my nails off during this game, I have returned to “live” blog Game 4 of the Vancouver Canucks-Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup Playoff series! A quick recap: The Canucks are down 3-0 in the series, Daniel Sedin has returned to the lineup after a lengthy absence due to injury, and Los Angeles still has two hockey teams.
Let’s dive in!
PERIOD THE FIRST
So far…not much has happened. Cory Schneider (Vancouver Goalie) has made an excellent save! Apparently because Schneider is starting, that means Vancouver’s #1 goalie, Roberto Luongo, is “on his way out” according to Vancouver sports media, which HA. HAHAHAHAHA. Ha ha ho hee hee. I love drummed up controversy in Sports. Read the rest of this entry →
April 16, 2012 in Old Time Hockey, Other Cultures
Please be ours.
Hello! I’m PimpMyCouch, and I represent the Canadian Content portion of Wordsmoker. Tonight, I’m “live” blogging the Stanley Cup Playoffs, specifically Game 3 of the Vancouver Canucks-Los Angeles Kings series. Some of you may be intrigued, some indifferent, some confused because you thought hockey was limited to the 49th parallel and above, and why the hell does Los Angeles have a hockey team? (Note: They actually have two.) I will be “live” blogging the game, as I am a bit of a moron computer-wise and don’t really know how to live blog, so I’m just going to blog about it in real time. Don’t judge me!
I will break this up over the three periods of play and any subsequent overtime periods. To date, the Kings lead the series 2-0. Full disclosure: I am a Canucks fan. Go ahead, get your jokes in now. Read the rest of this entry →