Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Sickest Move Ever

Ok, this is the sickest hockey move I've ever seen ....



The best part of this video? The kid is from Texas! I thought that Darwinism had made it genetically impossible for kids born in Texas to do anything revolving around sports that take place in less than 90 degree heat. Apparently, I was wrong.

Last night at the Ragin Cajun, I was involved in a spirited discussion with Raheel Ramzanali and former Houston Oiler Gregg Bingham where Bingham said the Civil War (and any war, for that matter) was about quality of life -- as opposed to, say, slavery. I think this theory will soon be put to the test when the Great White North decides to reprise the Civil War so they can take back hockey. I mean the South has stolen the Minnesota North Stars and the Hartford Whalers ... and now the signature 9 year old hockey highlight has been provided by a kid who probably has posters of Tony Romo and Dirk Nowitski on his wall. YEEEEEE-HAAAAAHHH!!!!

4 comments:

Chance said...

um...that is ice soccer. I didn't even click on it.

Tracy said...

That kid is the shit... sign him up NOW!

Rusty James said...

Nice move, let's see what happens to him when someone like Chris Chelios knocks the shit out of him while he is doing his best Mighty ducks impersonation. I think his next words will be, "YAW YAW YAW YAW YAW, GOT MY ASS NAILED. YAW YAW YAW, NO MORE FIGURE SKATING." I respect his moves on the ice, he is talented.

PaddyTheGreek said...

Absolutely. It could be a movie...

"Whalers: Return to the Mall of Doom!"

But why stop with the Franchises of the Reconstruction? Let's re-patriate *all* NHL teams -- the Avs to Quebec, the "Debils" to Denver. Expansion teams present an issue, but you could load the Thraysers up with Russians and Ukrainians and re-brand them as the Red Army team. (You could put the Columbus Bluejackets in Kugluktuk, Nunavut, for all anybody cares.)

Next, spin off a bunch of these teams, like the Whalers, 'Diques and Winnipeg Jets, into a different league -- perhaps a "World Hockey Association" or something like that. Keep spinning off teams until you have teams in, say, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Boston and, oh, New York.

Then somebody might watch hockey again.