SpezDispenser wrote:I hate guys who hot dog with big, long celebrations. Soured on Yakupov immediately after seeing that. Look no further than Zibanejad and Silfverberg for mature, professional celebrations. I guess it depends on the goal you score, but not a fan of the 'skating to center ice on my knees' celly.
NEELY wrote:shabbs wrote:So everyone that celebrates on their own is an idiot...NEELY wrote:shabbs wrote:The NHL is now the No Havingfun League...
Hockey is a team game, when you separate yourself from the team you look like an idiot.
IMO, yup. No reason not to because chances are someone got you that puck.
Rip the band-aid off folks - Corey Perry is done with the Anaheim Ducks. It's time to let him go.
As Robby pointed out in his Faceoff Fest recap, Perry left before the event ended, leaving fans who have waited hours to see him, in the lurch. I do agree with his assessment of pictures with Perry are moments of uncomfortable silence, to say the least. I used to chalk it up to his aloof personality and being socially awkward. And I do still believe that about but only about pre-Hart Trophy Perry. Now, he's just kind of a Richard and not just on the ice.
Here's the part that bugs me so much, he seems ungrateful. Ungrateful to the organization that drafted him when the scouts said he was a risky pick. Ungrateful to the team he won a Stanley Cup with. Ungrateful he's been a part of one of the best scoring tandems since Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne. Ungrateful for fans (and the organization) who went berserk cheering for him on to the Hart Trophy and Rocket Richard.
I noticed during training camp, Getzlaf hung around Teemu almost the entire time. Where usually he and Perry are talking non-stop, next to each other in drills, running each other into the glass, etc. Not this time. Perry skated by himself, didn't talk to anyone. Teemu was leading stretching and Perry just got up and left the group to shoot pucks. The stretching ending a couple minutes later. This is probably just me or did anyone else see when he was getting 'the business' from Vancouver in Anaheim, no one rushed to step in to protect the star?
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