Locked Out: D2N vs. Depression

It's been a little while, hasn't it?

Scary Gary
We're sorry.  Truth be told, there have been better days for this blog. I mean let's be honest, it ain't easy being cheesy, and by cheesy, I of course mean writing about a league so broken that it's players can't come to an agreement with their teams, or the man whom they pay to get them to an agreement with said teams.

This lockout hurts, and there's no getting around it.  It evokes a deep stinging in the heart, as most would describe it.  More NHL related pain and butthurt after the jump...

Not a Sarah Silverman fan.

Lately, we've learned that the NHL is bringing in federal mediators, such as Guy Serota, to help solve this crisis. As proven by Serota's tweet from his recently deleted Twitter account, we are in good, albeit racially insensitive, hands (maybe).

Meanwhile in Europe, select big name NHL stars have found temporary teams.  Even players like Paul Bissionnette have new homes.  For fan favorite BizNasty, it's the United Kingdom's Cardiff Devils, where he has posted (as of the time of this article's publishing) an impressive 16 points in 7 games.  Flyer's center Claude Giroux was recently forced to leave his lockout team, the DEL's Eisbaren Berlin, due to concussion/neck issues.  Finally Pittsburgh Penguin's star center Evgeni Malkin was recently seen in photographs being mounted by goats, and even better, spooning with a white lion.

Long Hair; Don't Care

Malkin clearly doesn't give a good God damn about anything but being awesome.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to crawl back into the cave of NHL-related depression that I've been living in for the past three months. It's cold and sad, but at least I don't have to run the risk of seeing Johnathan Cheechoo try to play hockey.

God Save Us All

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