- Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin being out gives other players a chance to step up. Guys like Jordan Staal and….
- Limit the lethal Lightning power play by refusing to put a player in the box after being penalized
- Kick a soccer ball around before the game because that seems like the cool thing to do these days
- You don’t wanna rush Sidney Crosby into playing if he’s not 100% healthy, but if he’s 30% healthy then I guess thats close enough
- Keep Steven Stamkos out of the Florida sun, he doesn’t look like he would tan well
- Guy Boucher might be a rookie head coach in the NHL, but he is very good at telling which players to go on the ice
- Is it really that big of a deal if Tampa tries to put two goalies in at once?
- Martin St. Louis seems to do just fine using a stick that is too long for him. The other players should stop being babies and try it too.
Cooke hopes that this picture can ring true in the near future
Following Sunday’s loss to the New York Rangers, Pens forward Matt Cooke expressed his disappointment that he still hasn’t been able to kill an opposing player on the ice. Cooke, who was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct for elbowing Rangers rookie defenseman Ryan McDonagh in the head, said he doesn’t know what he has to do in order to kill a human being during a hockey game. “It is starting to get really frusturating,” said Cooke. “I mean, I’ve tried everything I can possibly think of and every time the guy pops up and is able to play again. Continue reading
The Montreal Canadiens celebrate their Game 7 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins
The Montreal Canadiens continued their playoff run with yet another upset victory, this time knocking off the defending champion Pittsburgh Penguins in seven games. This has been the cause of much excitement and celebration, both for the players on the team and the fans in Montreal. However, DKM has learned that the magical playoff run has upset at least one player, backup goaltender Carey Price.
The defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves in an unexpected elimination game tonight when they host the Montreal Canadiens in game 7 of their Eastern Conference semi-final series. The Pens, who were heavy favourites coming into the series, failed to close out the upstart Habs in game 6 and now face an anything-can-happen, winner-take-all game against the Habs. Following their defeat in game 6 at the Bell Centre, Pittsburgh players admitted that now that the series is going seven games they might just have to start taking the opposition seriously. Continue reading
4. Pittsburgh vs. 8. Montreal
How did Montrear do it? They knocked off the mighty Capitars!, so vely unberievable! Now they must pray the defending Stanrey Cup Champion Pittsburrrgh Pengrins. I don’t think Montrear can win this time but they will defintery try their vely hawwwwwdest. In the end, Sid Closby and Evgeni Markin will score too many goars on Harak and the dream season will be arr ovel. Pens in 6
6. Boston vs. 7. Philadelphia
Boston Bluins against Phiraderphia Fryers, such a vely ord time matchup!! Two rong time rivars who don’t rike each othel vely much and don’t care arot for smiring. Bruins and Fryers both pulled the mighty upsets in round one and now they meet each othel when they arr praying their best hockey of the season, and smiring the hawwwwwwwwdest. I pick the Bluins to win because they have the giant Charrrrra. He is like giant Mothra man from movie I watch rast night. He breath heavy fire out his nose, but he is still such a vely vely nice gentre man, arways skating and smiring. Bruins in 5
We here at Distinct Kicking Motion were able to obtain exclusive recordings from a phone conversation that took place earlier today between Russian superstars Alexander Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin. Both have recently returned from injuries, and have already impacted their teams in the short time they’ve been back. Let’s have a look.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are off to a 12-3-0 start, and are ripping through the NHL’s Eastern Conference. This comes despite a slow start for captain Sidney Crosby (by his elite standards) and an injury to superstar centre Evgeni Malkin. What’s keeping the Pens so loose and on top of their game? I believe we’ve found the answer here at DKM, and it’s their remarkable team chemistry. This team of young guns is growing up together. We got a recent look at their interactions after a recent team practice.
Sidney Crosby: Whew, good job so far boys. If we keep working hard and improving every day, we’ll be drinking from that cup again in no time.
(Sid gets bowled over by a large shape)