This is it – No hockey
Why Gary Bettman Sucks in ’12 (It’s Da Money)
Nothing to rally over, drink over, and distract us Canucks fans from the impending dark wet winter.
Our lives are over.
The biggest change for players will be the lack of those sweet, sweet paycheques (checks for the Americans joining us today) every couple of weeks that probably total what you or I make in a year or two or five.
Certainly we shouldn’t expect to see the Sedins in line in a soup kitchen anytime soon, but when you have a lot of money you lead a different lifestyle that is predicated on making all that money.
With NHL money comes pro athlete lifestyles, and the expectation of continuing that lifestyle and not slumming it in economy class when you fly to Las Vegas which means the longer the lockout goes on, the more desperate hockey players will be to get some, any, incoming revenue.
Remember that cliche question “If you weren’t a hockey player what would you be doing”?
Well, now’s the time to execute on those answers.
Daniel will get a job as a Henrik impersonator and Henrik will get one as a Daniel impersonator.
Alex Burrows & Maxim Lapierre
To ask Dale Gribble, to exterminate a pest you must first understand the pest. So if you suffer from bed bugs, cockroaches, fire ants, or anything that has an exoskeleton and more than four legs, call up Alex & Max, the fast-talking Frenchies, to get rid of your bug problem today.
If you’ve been drenched in GC-161, call Alex Mack.
Speaking of doing what you know, who’s a better expert on doghouses than Keith Ballard? Keith brings such dedication to his craft that he personally inspects every dog house he sells, even if they suspiciously look like hockey bags.
Well, professional poker obviously.
The juice market is so saturated these days (sorry), but name recognition should help propel Bieksa’s new business venture to the top of the market.
Just stay away from the Ham Juice variety.
He can skate and he can fall, so here’s to his career as a short-track speed-skater.
If he can use his wife to get into a practice with the Whitecaps and not look out of place, surely a contract wouldn’t be too hard to procure.
When asked if he was a hipster, Dan said yes, but I don’t think it means what he thinks it means. I don’t know what type of job he’ll have as a hipster, but has anyone yet figured out what hipsters do for money?
Have you seen those impressions? There may be no Hockey Night in Canada, but Schneider can still be seen every Saturday on SNL.
Hunting. All day. In the remote woods. Where twitter is unavailable.
Well he comes from a family of firefighters and has the abs to pose for the charity calendar to boot.
In a library probably.
If you’re looking for Chris this lockout, he’ll be out back at Rogers Arena enjoying a cigarette until this whole thing blows over.
Somewhere a community theatre is putting on a production of The Muppets and they need a Beaker.
Totally not looking forward to getting a real job.
Check back in a few days when we fast-forward to 2013 and desperation kicks in.
When the Sedins have to buy their swedish meatballs on layaway, what levels will they sink to to survive?