See that German shorthaired pointer who won the Westminster? Pretty impressive. After the dog show he pointed out three judges using steroids.
NHL labor war produces neutral zone crap After the season was canceled last Wednesday, there was a failed last-ditch attempt at a settlement. On the bright side, it was nice to see Wayne Gretzky get into a fight without waiting for Dave Semenko.
In the event of an 11th-hour deal, the plan was for a 28-game season followed by four rounds of playoffs. Then a three-day weekend before training camps open.
Are you kidding? It got so bad between the players and the owners that by the end, Mario Lemieux couldn't be in the same room with himself.
ESPN's replacement programming has doubled the ratings of NHL games. The news is not so good for the CBC, which is having all kinds of trouble luring viewers for Saturday's Yahtzee Night in Canada.
Things got ugly within the rank and file after the union recanted on a salary cap. Reportedly, threats were issued on the NHL players-only secure website chat room. That must have been a spirited exchange.
Eh, hoser, you better keep your head up.
You're a hoser. You better keep your head up.
Eh, next game, watch out.
Hey, cementhead, there is no next game!