Wade Alexander (Darth) passes along his new piece, a fine look at one of the best (and grittiest), Brendan Gallagher.
Try as I might, I wasn’t able to make the image larger, but I think it still shows just fine.
Nice work, Wade.
May you play like the wind is at your back, your skates have wings, your shots have eyes, and from time to time, your punches hit faces and your pucks sometimes land extremely close to opposing goalies’ nether regions.
It could be a sensational season for the Montreal Canadiens and of course their fans, without question the smartest and best looking fans in hockey.
Start if off right boys, tonight against those wild and crazy Laffs.
Artwork from the young and talented Wade (Darth) Alexander (Twitter @DarthAlexander9).
Darth (Wade Alexander) has been creating cool pieces of computer art for several years and it’s always a good day when another shows up that I can post.
Some of his other stuff can be seen right here
And now, without further ado, Darth’s newest.
Darth sends along what I think is a sensational image of Ryan White.
If you want to see other Darth masterpieces, just click here
Darth has sent over a legendary Devil to join his super cool and ever-growing library.
This one is of a guy Darth says should’ve been a Hab. A Montreal boy whose dad was the Canadiens official photographer for many years.
Definitely, Martin Brodeur would have been a sensational fit for the Canadiens. He’s been playing since 1993 and so for the first three years he’d have to be elsewhere until Patrick Roy left in ’96, and then in a perfect world, the team would have had the future Hall of Famer all those years until young Carey Price grew up and arrived on the scene.
Here’s Darth’s Martin Brodeur, along with his other Dartharians.
Darth sends more of his art, including a image of the Dashing Dane, Lars Eller, a goal celebration, and a guy I’m pretty sure isn’t me because he has more hair.
You can see other stuff Darth has created – right here.
Thanks Darth, keep ‘em coming.
Perfect timing for Darth to send along his newest creation. This year’s Norris Trophy winner!
Even though it was leaked a week ago, congratulations to P.K. Subban for winning the Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenceman.
P.K. deserved it. He logged the big minutes, he was big on the power play, and he was his team’s best defenceman as they moved from the basement to near the penthouse in the 2012-13 season.
All this after he’d missed the first four games of the regular season and finally signing a two-year, $5.75 million contract.
I know for sure that fans of other eastern division teams mostly hate our P.K. They think he’s a whiner and can’t back himself up when the going gets rough, and has too much of a flair for the dramatics. I think most hope he deserves at least a good punch in the noggin at least once a game.
But he’s won the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the league’s top d-man. So whatever they think is fine with me.