Home » Leafs News » New KesselySnipes: Phil Kessel – 2010/11 Vol. 2
by Alec Brownscombe
on October 7, 2011
in Leafs News
- 184 Comments
Hot off the presses from Leafs tribute video phenom KesselySnipes:
I wish there was a tone indicator on these replies so I could show I’m not ranting back to have the last angry word! Im just discussing here because I think Don shouldn’t have used names when wasn’t sure who said what. For sure, it hit the fan today and the tough guys are swinging back. But you can bet it was TSN that called Grimson and other way around. He’s a lawyer in the US and this type of publicity probably doesn’t do him any good. But don uses his spot as a bully pulpit sometimes and says some pretty personal things about individuals who don’t have a chance to respond right away. I’m pretty sure a couple million people saw don last night, but a lot fewer will see Nilan and Grimson’ responses today.
I’m not trying to take hitting out of hockey or fighting out of hockey, but if there’s a problem with it there’s a problem with it, no sense bitching out people who got punched in the head for years for saying so.
just throwing this out there but I think Carolina looks good… They are a Cam Ward injury from being obsolete but I really think they will be in the playoff race to the end this year…
who the hell is Garfield? Is he the same one I have an alarm clock of?
Probably.. lol I don’t know saw it in my twitter feed and thought i’d share…
Why would we be after Petry..? Pitlick/Gagner/Omark make sense if the deal is right, but I think the last thing we need is another depth defenceman.
When did he win a cup?
I have no idea, just thought i’d share…
I saw that tweet too but didn’t want the questions.:)
With Bobby Orr, did he not?
nevermind, figured it out
There’s a tab that says scoreboard….
No he never won, just made it to the finals a few times…
Never won the Stanley. However in regards to toughness right after the first expansion Cherry was voted the toughest player in hockey. Its pretty shocking to me that so many people don’t know how tough he was on and off the ice. Only 120 NHL players in his day and the best didn’t always play those were basic slavery days