Friday, November 30, 2007

"Ladies and gentlemen, bend over for the Devils" - Game Preview and Open Thread

I of course love these ladies, but I really wanted to post this.

Waiting in line details and chit chat - 7 PM start, the lovely new Prudential Center in beautiful downtown Newark. Watch your wallets kids! RDS-HD has the broadcast of course, and there's Montreal English radio CJAD, Montreal French radio CKAC for the Shaw Cable folks. Beware El Diablo. Winners of 5 straight, if they win tonight there is going to be a massive clusterfuck from 4-8 in the East. Not to mention they would be just two points out of the Atlantic lead. You didn't think a team with Brodeur and a Sutter behind the bench would suck all year, did you?

Oh and in case you weren't aware, the Habs have lost 8 straight to the Devils. And their last win in Jersey happened the same week the New England Patriots won their first Super Bowl.

Pay your cover charge to - 2 man advantage. "Serving Kool-Aid, 3 Cups at a time." Not bad, sirs (and ladies), not bad at all.

Hot sexy Habs to watch - Carey Price between the stripper poles in only his second back-to-back start this year. Kovy continues to be our MVP, with 2 goals against the Laffs. AND he says he wants to score more 5 on 5, to be a more complete player. WTF is up with his attitude, it's freaking me out. Gui! scored a goal and looked good in his time on Line 4B.

Hot sexy Devils to watch - the aforementioned Brodeur, with his .948 save % through the win streak. Zach Parise leads the O, with 9 points through the streak and 24 points overall.

Skanky Habs to watch - it's Friday, I'm in a good mood no one goes here.

Skanky Devils to watch - they've won 5 in a row, no skank.

Post-game adult entertainment establishment - pop over to Paterson, NJ and head to Sunrise Gentlemen's Lounge. I like that the dancers are described as "well spoken," like that's an important selling point at a strip club.

Watching the game? At the game? Listening? Imagining the game in your head? Let's hear your dirty, dirty thoughts in the comments.

34 comments:

Habsfan10 said...

That's either the world's best office or worst-decorated strip club.

HabsFan29 said...

it's the office of my dreams

Damion said...

let's go Habs! off to see the game, hopefully some Habs offense, and the first new arena built in the NY area in at least the last quarter century. Hopefully this building doesn't have the same effect on the Habs as the Meadowlands. Although I'm curious to see if the seats are as empty.

HabsFan29 said...

scream loud buddy!

HabsFan29 said...

Alright let's get this show on the road!

im excited to see the Prudential Center! at least im 200 miles away

HabsFan29 said...

Jeebus how many chances can we have on this PP???

Man, there are A LOT of empty seats

Bryan said...

holy shit, that was like a 3 minute shift !

HabsFan29 said...

Bryan youre right that was crazy!

nice applause from the 5 people there for Big Bird

HabsFan29 said...

14 shots already, can't beat Marty. not. good.

HabsFan29 said...

FUCK FUCK,

Breezer dammit. right by him

HabsFan29 said...

Best 1st period we've played in a while. And we're down 1-0

I said Parise was a hot sexy Devil to watch. fuck

Bryan said...

where the fuck are all the fans !?!?

Tony Soprano having a house party or something ?

HabsFan29 said...

OMG what another amazing pass from Price. I hope Panger saw that

sanchez said...

habsfan29 he puts some sauce on his passes man. Tape to tape at the other blue line. He'll score a goal one day.

HabsFan29 said...

sanchez i think he'll score several goals and have MANY assists. the Habs aren't even expecting his passes yet. when they learn, watch out

HabsFan29 said...

BLECH. that half empty arena doesn't deserve this

sanchez said...

Parise is another kid the Habs could have had. It's nice that there are some up and comers in the org. but you get attacked if you question Gainey and Timmins' track record in some circles. It's always shut up and wait. You could make two all-star teams out of players who arrived since our current brain trust took over. And have 30 solid NHLers left over.
In boobs I trust.

sanchez said...

2-0 thats over. Fuck this. We're going to see No Country For Old Men. Nice to see the four young mop-tops from Queens in a previous entry. Do me a favour and rake the Habs over the coals when this one is over. Or dont. I don't give a fuck.

Damion said...

fucking brisebois. My wife who is only recently learning the linho of hockey curding suddenly screamed tabernac when he touched the puck. The place is still a third empty at least.

HabsFan29 said...

Damion reporting LIVE from the Insurance, er, something

PLENTY of time. unless of course we're playing a real goalie. ahhh, fuck...

HabsFan29 said...

It's the curse of the "Hot sexy ___s to watch".

tomorrow better be better, im going

sanchez said...

Patient - Michael Ryder
Vital Stats - $3 million, 3 goals
Symptoms - No heart, no brains, smelly feet
Prognosis - Captain of the Bonavista Old Timers (beer league) 2011

Matt D said...

Sanchez, Ryder has heart. He may lack lots of (OK, all) other hockey qualities, but he's got heart.

If he's playing in a beer league in 2011, I'll count the Habs lucky. I'm more worried about him scoring 50 for Philly.

sanchez said...

Patient - Francis Bouillon
Vital stats - $2million; 0 goals 0 assists (a very difficult non-achievement for a regular)
Ailment - motor skills/dexterity dysfunction ; dwarfism
Prognosis - hey I'm signed for next year too fuck you

sanchez said...

mattd you may as well be worried about him scoring 100 for philly

fezworth said...

Was anyone else cringing every time the announcer announced Zach Parise's name? "ZACH PAREEZEE!!!!!" You would think that in a sport with so many francais, the announcer would have some semblance of a clue. Maybe he thinks that Parise is Italian. Because there are loads of them in the NHL.

sanchez said...

Patient - Patrice Brisebois
Vital comments: NHL ready to pull plug on career until Gainey provided life support.
Status: living dead
Prognosis: The head must be destroyed

sanchez said...

ok i was just told that im in no shape to see a movie. Even though that in my worst frame of mind I can tell the difference between a piece of shit like American Gangster, for example, and a movie like No Country For Old Men. Help me out here.

sanchez said...

well you are guys are way too cool to respond to your responses. So I'll bid you a fond fuckyeuiew

Fear The Collapse said...

I read the headline story over at Habs Insideout. In the story it said we should come to the realization that we are never going to beat the Devils, ever. Well, I think that is a cop out. We have basically been destroyed by Martin Brodeur almost every time we play him. But in truth, we have been a pretty lousy team for most of the time Brodeur has been in the league. We have not had a consistent scoring threat, so it is no wonder Brodeur has so many wins and shut outs against us. As for last nights game. Brodeur just once again assured us that this year is no different. We are a very mediocre team with average D, and no consistent scoring threat. It is too bad, at the beginning of the year I thought things were different. We were outshooting teams by wide margins, there were some high scoring games to. Well that is all over. This is the reality, the Habs are no better than last years team, or any of the Habs teams from the last 10 years. We shouldn't come to the realization that we will never beat the Devils. We will beat the Devils, when we actually have a good team.

Fear The Collapse said...

We are definitely in the midst of the collapse. Here is what has happened. The boys came out flying at the beginning of the year. A couple of losses to Ottawa, Toronto, nothing to get too worked up about. The players started talking about how they were dissappointed with their effort in those games, but were still confident. Then the Buffalo disaster, against the players were talking about how they had to put out a better effort, but they didn't seem as confident that they would win even with their best effort. The next game they beat Toronto in a shootout, but still did not look like a dominant team, and once again talked about the lackluster effort in the first period. It is all talk with this team, and I think they have completely lost their confidence in themselves. I think the reason we don't get the effort on a consistent level is because in the back of their minds, the players are afraid to make mistakes, and afraid to lose. There is no swagger, they have decided to try and stay in the game, maybe get a lead and hold on for dear life. I think it is time for Gainey to put his thinking cap on, because if the team has lost confidence, it is going to be a long rest of he season.

Anonymous said...

For the record, the fans are all in the Fire & Ice Lounges - those that have season tickets or club seats get automatic access and many watch the game from there.

HabsFan29 said...

FTC I fear you're right

anonymous thx for clearing that up. thought im not sure what it says when you buy seats in the lower level and then watch the game in a lounge

WufPirate said...

+1 for the Seinfeld reference up top.