Straight up. Is Dustin Byfuglien braindead?
There’s just so much stupidity in this video. Buff, you’re an idiot if you’re unaware of your strength. You’re known for shooting 100 miles per hour. You thought it would be a bright idea to unload a slapshot from the blue line at an open net taking a chance at hitting some of your OWN teammates for the empty net goal and somehow didn’t castrate Alex Steen with the block and then when the play is now turned the other way for a breakaway for St. Louis in the dying seconds of the game you swing your stick at Andy McDonald with one hand like Double D Lewis with a tomahawk from the Last of the Mohicans and hit McDonald on the skull/side of the ear, a guy who had a history of numerous concussions who now in 2013 is retired from the game of hockey in his mid thirties?
This from the Winnipeg Free Press: It was evident Byfuglien grew heavier this season as the games moved on and according to accredited Jets blogger Pete Tessier, the player’s weight rose to 302 pounds by season’s end.
If there’s any truth to this number, Byfuglien is virtually untradeable. Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff can’t engage in trade talks with another GM and keep Byfuglien’s weight off the table until the very end — then hit his colleague with an, “oh, by the way, Buff’s a little big right now.”
Uh bro fuckin 300? Maaaaan fat abbot you need to lose weight. How do you get heavier as the season progresses? Legit makes no sense. Better shape it up son diabetes is right around the corner.
Every year around this time we are all reminded that having four lines rollin and chippin in is so goddamn important. Boston and Chicago are two prime examples and are my picks for an Original Six Stanley Cup match up.
Boston’s fourth line in Paille, Campbell and Big Dog Thornton, outplayed the Christ out of the Rangers in the second round. The Bruins’ fourth line created the opportunities that lead to the two goals to drive the B’s to a 2-1 win over New York in game 3 at the ‘den.
Speaking of which, Boston lost Campbell last night to a broken leg. Blocked a bomb of a shot from Geno and Soupy showed some courageous shit by staying out there and still gettin in the lanes.
So that’s a big fuckin loss going forward.
Let’s switch this shit up: JQ over in ChiTown has four lines with depth scoring. You’re gonna get your points from Toews, Patty Kane, Hossa, Sharp etc, but when Bryan Bickell and Shaw are getting your game winners, that is huge. Bickell is really starting to emerge. For a big guy he can skate and he can do shit with that puck. JQ now has Big Bick playin with Hoss and Toews and Bickell immediately gets shit done.
Remember a big yug by the name of Byfuglien, who became a wanted man by Canucks fans in that Semi Finals series in 2010. He dominated that series by being physical and adding some g notes.
Byfuglien’s celly on his second goal is so fuckin incredible.
He also man handled Chris Pronger.