Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Jarkko Ruutu bites Andrew Peters

As if the NHL needed more bullshit, with Sydney Crosby instigating fights now to one player biting another. Ottawa Senators' gutless agitator Jarkko Ruutu bit Sabres' enforcer Andrew Peters last night. Funny how just Peters got a penalty for it too. Watch the video below.

From, some comments from Andrew Peters about the incident:

"It's a pretty stupid thing to do, regardless of who you are, it's just not part of the game of hockey," said Peters, whose thumb was cut.

"I've never had anyone bite me before, I didn't know that happened. The refs didn't see it. That's unfortunate. I saw a replay of it and it's pretty evident that he did bite me and I have a lot of confidence that the league will take the proper procedures and go about it the right way. I'm not going to say anything that's going to get me in any trouble. Like I said, I'm going to let the league deal with it."

Comments from Ruutu:

For his part, Ruutu denied biting Peters.

"He had his finger in my mouth, but I didn't bite him," Ruutu said.

Ruutu is the reason there should be no instigator rule. If there wasn't we wouldn't be doing this shit, because then he would get his ass handed to him every night. He's just a sad pathetic excuse of a hockey player.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Gayest hockey fight ever

This is probably the gayest thing I have ever seen in the NHL, what an embarassment. Washington Capitals' Alexander Semin and New York Rangers Marc Staal drop the gloves and fight, not many punches thrown, but then Staal falls to the ice and then Semin starts slapping away at Staal. It is some real funny shit, you gotta watch, see video below. Look at his skinny girly arms flapping away up and down at Staal, what a bitch. LOL it is truly hilarious. Semin will always be known for that now, freakin hilarious. And listen to the Rangers broadcasters, they're laughing at him, so funny.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Pussy Sydney Crosby strikes again

Well if you missed it Saturday you missed some more cheap shit by NHL super star Sidney Crosby. Crosby jumps Brett McLean off a faceoff and pulls his sweater over McLean's head and continues throwing punches while McLean can't see. That's pretty classless for a guy who is suppose to be the super star of the NHL. And after the game he says McLean agreed to fight, well if you watch the video below you'll see McLean have no idea what Crosby is doing as he is trying to win the faceoff and Crosby drops the gloves and grabs McLean.

Some quotes from Panthers' Nick Boynton, McLean, and Crosby (source):

We're you hoping he'd get back on the ice? "Oh yeah," Boynton said.

"That was just embarrassing. I can understand a little bit what he was trying to do, but that's a not a very professional move. You ask a guy to fight. You don't jump a guy when his head is down taking a faceoff. That's pretty immature and childish."

"He's just, whatever. He's not happy with the way things are going and he was trying to get his team going. But there's no need for that."

Ever seen someone pull that?

''Not that embarrassing. That was, you know, that's not what the game needs. Whatever. We beat them where it counted and that's all that matters. We needed the points.''

Says Brett McLean:

"Obviously he was trying to spark his team. I've been in a few pretty poor fights in my day, so that just goes into another one of those."

"Last time I was in a fight was two or three years ago when I was in Colorado."

"He said something before the drop but I really didn't pick up on it. So, I kind of wish I had now. Like I said, everyone can understand what he was trying to do for his team. He's their leader, their captain."

Said Crosby: "I asked him to go, and he said yes. And usually, yes means yes. I mean, I wouldn't have wasted 20 minutes in the box for that. I guess he didn't take me serious. I don't know, it wasn't worth 20 minutes, though, that's for sure."

Here's what Crosby told reporters Saturday: "I asked him to go, and he said yes. And usually, yes means yes. I mean, I wouldn't have wasted 20 minutes in the box for that. I guess he didn't take me serious. I don't know, it wasn't worth 20 minutes, though, that's for sure."

After Sunday's game in Montreal, I asked McLean what really happened. After declining comment at first, McLean was a touch more forthcoming.

"You can look at the video," he said, "it speaks for itself."

Did you discuss fighting him? "We had not, at any point. It was as surprising to me as it was to you guys."

Did you ever see it coming? "No I didn't."

Was Sidney jawing at you earlier in the game? "Before the face-off, like I told you yesterday, he was saying something but I didn't really hear it. I didn't know what he was saying, didn't really pay attention to it."

Did you ever say yes to him as he said? "No, I mean, I don't know where that came from."

And in case you missed it in December, Crosby went beyond classless and dirty in my opinion, as he threw punches at Boris Valabik from behind, and at his groin.