Friday, March 19, 2010

It's a feel-good Sexy Friday Open Thread of Love!

It's Sexy Friday, bitCHes! Could there be anything better when the Habs are doing well? I think not. And the sexy is everywhere. March Madness brings the sexy fans. And Tiger Woods is not only a golfing machine, but a sexting machine too (sample: "I want you to beg for my cock. Kiss you all over to convince me to let you have it in your mouth"). We need a cigarette.

Plenty to open thread of love about this morning. Hockey, for instance. Lots of action in the East last night. The Bs went after Matt Cooke with some fisticuffs for the Savard hit, but lost the game 3-0. Sens lose to the streaking Thrash, who streaked right by the Rangers into 9th because they lost to the Blues. Buffalo beats the Bolts, maybe putting Habs' dreams of the division out of reach. Panthers lose in a shootout. And fuck the little fuckity-fuck Stars who had a two-goal lead over Philly but lost 3-2. And somehow the Leafs beat the Devils. Leafs are hot baby!

So what does it all mean for the standings and playoff chances? Fuck if we know. The stat geeks upped our playoff chances by 1.8 percentage points. We dropped to 7th because of the Flyers win. At least it means that FINALLY some other teams have played the same number of games, like the Sens who also played 71 and are only one point up on us. Rangers have also played 71 and we have a 7 point cushion on those losers.

In other hockey news, the NHL gave James Wisniewski 8 games for his hit on Brent Seabrook. Whatever. The spinning wheel of NHL justice is making us nauseous. Out in the West (like we care), the Nucks beat the Sharks. Also, we should mention it was the Yotes who were the ones who beat the Panthers, their 7th straight. We bring this up only because we want to mention that they actually sold out their Saturday game against Chicago. Phoenix is hockey-mad, I tells ya!

On the Habs front, The Urologist skated with the team yesterday for the first time. Squid is getting close to doing the same thing, saying he's in no rush considering how well the Habs are doing. And in "we don't fucking believe it" news, La Presse is reporting that The Goat has discussed with Markov's agent Don Meehan about a contract extension. "Contract extension" is something we swear we haven't heard in reference to a Hab in decades.

OK, open thread of love to your heart's content.

25 comments:

moeman said...

"convince" heh

Go you fucking Habs!

GoldenGirl11 said...

@Tiger
A club sandwich? Seems so unadulterous.

Moey said...

No more Tiger please! *covers ears, covers eyes*

Too much information. *screams*

ezzeloharr said...

I agree with Moey. I followed the link and promptly regretted it.

Number31 said...

I guess the Sens don't have anyone to take Kovy for walks, but really, wtf is he doing on the left point of a powerplay? Oh right, giving the puck away.

Of course he'll probably have a 10-point game Monday night just 'cause...

Chester said...

Looke to me like Tiger went to the Prince Charles School of Communication. Wonder what thoughts Charlie would have shared if he could have texted... shudder ... shudder ...

Orangeman said...

Have to agree with Moey. Sick of Tiger. I don't even understand it. Some guy had sex with some chicks. What's that? He's a pro-athlete? Wow. Shock? Horror? I don't even know how I'm supposed to react. And it's been moooooonnnnntttthhhhhhssss. The world has seen an earthquake that literally shoke the world off its axis and changed the length of our days just a couple of weeks ago. Yet, Tiger.

And that's my rant about that.

Anonymous said...

what an awesome sexy friday, kudos on the picture wowza

soperman said...

I am not complaining, I am just not sure why this happens. The firewall at my work screens out many of your links (hey, it used to screen out the Journal of Labour Economics) but for some reason I can see your site. Keep up the good work, you are my sole source of soft-core web-porn during work hours.

HabsFan29 said...

ur welcome soperman!

sorry I missed this 105-foot goal on Thomas Vokoun

Anonymous said...

Irrefutable proof that we have on our hands the receding hairliniest prospect the world will have ever seen:

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Howard said...

Nothing like a sexy Friday to get your hockey libido going!!! Good to know we have a Hunter Bishop in our organization in case we have to go up against the Devils. Thanks to the aformentioned for playing Yann Danis last night further lessening the Bruins chance at a #1 pick! One more sleep till Hogtown!

b said...

I just looked at the video of the latest suspension- I think I have figured out the standard. It is not a hit to the head that might endanger the player. It is not idiocy by the trainer in allowing a return to play with the attendant risk of death. It is the embarrassment to the league (read Mr. Gary Bettman, Esq.) of watching the hurt guy fall down and quiver. If the victim lays still, no big deal (Savard); if the victim melts on the boards in slo-mo in LA, 8 games. Applying this rule, Maximum Max gets 4 games because Scott Nichol spun around and it looked dramatic to basketball fans. Ovie gets 2. because there was a lack of drama on the part of the victim. I don't think Collie Campbell is making the call, and Gary Bettman clearly isn't Clarence (I wasn't even born yet and I am still pissed about the Richard suspension in '55).

orangeman said...

I'm not saying the 8 games is undeserved, but when you compare it to what's been going on recently it seems to come out of nowhere. And is it just me, or has there been a huge spike in such offences since the Olympic break? What is this, 4 suspensions now and a couple close/non-calls? And not even little things either, unconcious or seriously hurt vicitims quivering for the cameras. Way to ruin that positive exposure you morons. Or should I say 'morans'?

soperman said...

If Mad Max hit a guy like that he wouldn't be allowed to play in a beer league in rural Saskatchewan.

That Vokoun goal was great (shades of the Toskala 190-footer). Video night should include that gem before we play the "Panters" next week.



You are my sole source of soft-core web-porn during work hours.

HabsFan29 said...

I need some Friday afternoon "I'm bored at work" entertainment. What did everyone have for lunch? Alternatively, I'll accept a hockey discussion of your choice.

My lunch was outstanding sushi at Zen-Ya on Ste Catherine St

GoldenGirl11 said...

Kaizen Sushi last night. Like $1,000,000 for 5 but totally worth it.

Le Douze said...

One good thing (for the Fla-cats) about the Vokoun goal is that in comparison with the Toskala 190 footer, it really didn't look bad at all. Looking back at the Toskala bouncer, OMFG, I can't believe that it took until 2 years later for the Laffs to get rid of him! Not only did he let it bounce over him, but his 5-hole was about a mile wide ... really not brilliant with an unpredictable bouncer. So the puck could have bounced under him instead of over him depending on the bounce. Did no one ever teach him about squaring up to the puck?

29 - yogourt and a chicken drumstick, really not worth writing about, but I did spend an hour or so taking 70 foot wrist shots in my backyard (over the soggy remains of my rink). Now I'm good and stiff (but not in a sexy Friday way, sigh). Does that count as lunch or hockey? Or maybe neither...

GoldenGirl11 said...

@le12
I'd like to live vicariously for a moment. Is the chicken marinated in yogurt or is the yogurt like a sauce? I'm not kosher by any stretch but I don't think I've ever had chicken and straight up yogurt.

Le Douze said...

@gg - sorry to disappoint, but they were sequential, not simultaneous, I was scavanging. If you do want to take a walk on the wild side, try a chicken korma at a good Indian restaurant, that'll give you the yogourt and chicken with some nice spicing. Garlic and yogourt also makes a nice marinade for a chicken satay.

Le Douze said...

Of course, if you do eat any of those things, you'll go straight to hell. (Or is that only something that happens to Catholics? I can never keep these things straight.)

HabsFan29 said...

Paul Mara (he's still on the team?) is having shoulder surgery. maybe we'll have a full lineup by the Conference finals. BWAHAHAHA

GoldenGirl11 said...

@Le12
No hell just lots and lots of guilt. It's like a living hell.

Le Douze said...

@gg - well, if you're gonna be in hell, you might as well enjoy it with your friends.

@29 - saw that, had the same reaction. The good thing about Mara for this year is that he makes Gill look like a good pickup.

L Dude said...

Wow! File this one in the 'instant FHF Classic' vault! Great job 29 & GG!

Well, I'm just about over my St Paddy's Day hangover. Got another St Paddy's day party to go to tonight. Perhaps I'll volunteer to be DD. Gonna DVR the game though it will be on at the party (sadly hosted by a Leafs fan - my brother). Don't ask. I also have a brother that's a Bruins fan.

Anyway, go you fuckers go.