The Real Season Is About To Begin. Help The Right Teams To Lose
December 26, 2008 in Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals Tags: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, Habs, hockey, Milan Lucic, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, NHL, NY Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Stanley Cup, Team Canada Juniors, Washington Capitals
The second season is about to begin and it’s where men are separated from boys. It’s where the Habs will begin to mount their serious climb up the summit. But a lot of it is up to us. We need to know how to watch and cheer against certain teams. It’s crucial that we send out good vibrations to the Canadiens and bad vibrations to the rest.
It all begins Saturday night when the good guys demolish the Pittsburgh Penguins. And then we start rolling.
There’s many villains involved, and we need to watch them closely as this second half of the season unfolds.
Montreal sits in fifth place in the east with 42 points. So for us to properly watch hockey, we must concentrate on the four teams ahead of them – Boston -54 points, Rangers – 47, Washington – 45, and Philadelphia – 45.
There are also four teams behind the Canadiens to keep an eye on too. New Jersey – 41 points. Pittsburgh – 40, and Buffalo and Carolina with 37.
All of these teams must lose. Lose like crazy. These are bad friggin teams. Wretched teams. The players on these teams aren’t nice people. Especially Boston’s number 17, Susan Lucci, and most of the Flyers for that matter.
Imagine if Philadelphia finished ahead of Montreal in the standings? I think I’d feel kind of dirty all over if that happened.
And Boston, we want to crash and burn, collapse, fold, quit, choke, lose big and lose often. It’s not right that this team should be doing so well. It’s almost unnatural.
The next six months are going to be great. But a lot of it will be up to us. Let’s get going.
And don’t forget to send those good vibes to our Juniors too.