yaaaay

hockeybroad:

buzzfeedsports:

The Buffalo Sabres having a dance-off after practice.

The twerk-skate… *dead*

"This is what they do" Don Cherry on Tomas Hertl (the 18-years old Czech who leads the League in goals): 
“There’s been a lot said about a lot of things,” Cherry said. “But let me say something: If the score had have been 1-1, I would have said, ‘hey, what a goal,’ and that. But I want you people out there to think about this … I want you think if Biron was your son, or your brother … and everybody’s laughing at him.”
“I’m going to say something about the kid, I’m going to say something: He didn’t know he did anything wrong,” Cherry said. “He played in the Czech Republic last year. This is what they do. And you can see him laughing.”

"This is what they do" Don Cherry on Tomas Hertl (the 18-years old Czech who leads the League in goals):

“There’s been a lot said about a lot of things,” Cherry said. “But let me say something: If the score had have been 1-1, I would have said, ‘hey, what a goal,’ and that. But I want you people out there to think about this … I want you think if Biron was your son, or your brother … and everybody’s laughing at him.”

“I’m going to say something about the kid, I’m going to say something: He didn’t know he did anything wrong,” Cherry said. “He played in the Czech Republic last year. This is what they do. And you can see him laughing.”

Brent Burns, is topping the League in +/- rating (+9 in 5 games).
Guess who’s the last? RNH of the Oilers.

Brent Burns, is topping the League in +/- rating (+9 in 5 games).

Guess who’s the last? RNH of the Oilers.

Internet Art: Thornton with His Cock.
Background: Thornton said he’d pull “his cock” and jerk off if he scored 4.

Internet Art: Thornton with His Cock.

Background: Thornton said he’d pull “his cock” and jerk off if he scored 4.

Teenager Hertl scores 4 goals against the Rangers last night. Someone scoring 4 goals in the NHL below 20 is unprecedented since 1988, according to nhl.com.

chinchillin67:

Thanks as always to Fel, Hertl’s 4th goal

Old and short

Welcome to the 2013/14 NHL season!

Start the season by familiarizing with the hybrid icing rule, introduced for the 2013/14 season:

Rule 81.1:

For the purpose of this rule, the center red line will divide the ice into halves. Should any player of a team, equal or superior in numerical strength (power-play) to the opposing team, shoot, bat or deflect the puck from his own half of the ice beyond the goal line of the opposing team, play shall be stopped. For the purpose of deflected pucks, this only applies when the puck was originally propelled down the ice by the offending team.

For the purpose of this rule, the point of last contact with the puck by the team in possession shall be used to determine whether icing has occurred or not. As such, the team in possession must “gain the line” in order for the icing to be nullified. “Gaining the line” shall mean that the puck, while on the player’s stick (not the player’s skate) must make contact with the center red line in order to nullify a potential icing.

For the purpose of interpretation of the rule, there are two judgments required for “icing the puck”. The Linesman must first determine that the puck will cross the goal line. Once the Linesman determines that the puck will cross the goal line, icing is completed upon the determination as to which player (attacking or defending) would first touch the puck. This decision by the Linesman will be made the instant the first player reaches the end zone face-off dots with the player’s skate being the determining factor. Should the puck be shot down the ice in such a manner that it travels around the boards and/or back towards the end zone face-off dots, the same procedure shall be in effect in that the Linesman shall determine within a similar distance as to who will have touched the puck first.

For clarification, the determining factor is which player would first touch the puck, not which player would first reach the end zone face-off dots.

If the race for the puck is too close to determine by the time the first Player reaches the end zone face-off dots, icing shall be called.

The puck striking or deflecting off an official does not automatically nullify a potential icing.

Miller and Bernier warming up for the 2013-14 season, big time

Miller and Bernier warming up for the 2013-14 season, big time

Yes, the game is back. Follow through live streams

Yes, the game is back. Follow through live streams

for the record
itsthedujoshow:

Sad to hear Miikka Kiprusoff of the Calgary Flames retire.

for the record

itsthedujoshow:

Sad to hear Miikka Kiprusoff of the Calgary Flames retire.