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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-07-2010, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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This gave me goosebumps

Maybe because I actually saw the goal when it happened or I was at the game when Hossa scored the winning goal in the game before or possibly that I have been a big fan of the hawks since we use to pay the Andy Frain security guys (at the old stadium) for hockey sticks after the game when we where in our teens. I just love these commercials. Hockey just seems like it is not tainted like other pro sports like football/basketball/baseball. There players are not on the daily news accused of having sex with 15 year old girls of dog fighting pit bulls in there back yard.





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Hockey is awesome. It's like futbol on ice! Yes Indeed! but faster paced and more exciting with less mexicans.

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Maybe because I actually saw the goal when it happened or I was at the game when Hossa scored the winning goal in the game before or possibly that I have been a big fan of the hawks since we use to pay the Andy Frain security guys (at the old stadium) for hockey sticks after the game when we where in out teens. I just love these commercials. Hockey just seems like it is not tainted like other pro sports like footbal/basketball/baseball. There players are not on the daily news accused of having sex with 15 year old girls of dog fighting pit bulls in there back yard.





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I can't see the videos on my phone but I'm pretty sure I know what it is. Those commercials are awesome.

There is no ghetto gangbanger influence in hockey. I can't even watch basketball because it looks like they just dragged half the players out of a prison yard.
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Maybe because I actually saw the goal when it happened or I was at the game when Hossa scored the winning goal in the game before or possibly that I have been a big fan of the hawks since we use to pay the Andy Frain security guys (at the old stadium) for hockey sticks after the game when we where in out teens. I just love these commercials. Hockey just seems like it is not tainted like other pro sports like footbal/basketball/baseball. There players are not on the daily news accused of having sex with 15 year old girls of dog fighting pit bulls in there back yard.





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I agree. Hockey is not tainted. Just a bunch of bad a$$es and tough guys who play the sport and go home and be guys...vs. athletes who play wimpy sports, get paid ridiculous money for nothing, have more money than they know what to do with, then go home and cause trouble because they have nothing better to do but prove how cool they are.

Other than a fighting sport (boxing, MMA), hockey is the only sport where you can fight during play, and not get league suspensions, fines etc. Also, with many of the other sports, I have a feeling that the fighting would carry over off the playing field/court, and end up in the news.
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can't see the videos either, because of the firewall here at work, but yup, its a great game. when i played in highschool, even just rat hockey, there weren't many asians on the ice. couldn't tell under the helmets anyways.

anyways, its a great game.

loved the games at the old stadium. flat beer, peanut shells on the floor, and a connies pizza you could buy from the truck outside and bring in.

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