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This looks like the coolest thing ever, but there is some controversy on if it’s real or not. Check out the video and the argument, after the jump.
Swaziland-born-turned-Norweigan-national Adrian Alvarstein of the Narvik Arctic Eagles, for his post game performance of DJ Contiez’s “Trumpsta” dance. This is his first time being nominated in the category (in fact, this is the first time any hockey player has been nominated for any dancing superlative, ever).
“Seven? Yeah I guess I could see it. Seven periods of school, seven beatings a day, roughly seven stitches a beating and eventually seven to life. Yeah you’re doing that child quite a service.”
Live sporting events are a true luxury: a day at the ballpark, a trip to the football stadium, a night in the arena. But that luxury comes with a price, especially if you want a decent view of the game. So are you getting your money’s worth? Let’s take a look at how much time you actually spend watching baseball, football, basketball, and hockey.
If there’s a better name for a hockey player than “Carter Frost,” I haven’t heard it. Carter Frost is definitely a hockey player superhero who fights crime with his skate blades and is still home before dinner and the big game. And then he does things like this.
A Chicago third grader answered a math quiz question in a conceptual way, that required Chicago Blackhawks knowledge and a sense of humor. Fortunately, her teacher had both.
The good thing about brawling 10-year-olds is that you can stuff a whole lot of them into the penalty box. And there were a lot of youthful miscreants in hockey jail following this fight.
If you go to Australia, don’t handle the snakes — or just to be safe, don’t pick up any object, ever. Tragedy during a men’s field hockey practice on Thursday as a 26-year-old A-grade team captain removed a snake from the pitch and was fatally bitten.
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith got played pretty badly by Canucks Daniel Sedin last night. Keith’s response was to chop Sedin in the back with his hockey stick. Classy! And what happened when Keith was asked about the play by reporter Karen Thompson after the game? He delivered an equally classy quip.
Spin-O-Rama shootout goal. Gustav Nyquist. It might have been illegal, and this is minor league hockey, but it is fantastic, regardless. If Gary Bettman ever discovers his soul, you may see this nice, spinning young feller on the Detroit Red Wings.
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