Trickery

I’ve been disturbed recently by a new phenomenon that is plaguing NHL hockey.  I’m speaking, of course, of how real hockey is looking more and more like video game hockey.  I think it’s a sad day when the NHL bows to the pressures of the gaming industry by inserting obviously computer generated players into otherwise real hockey.

Hell, Dominic Moore looks a little fake too now that I look at him.

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2 Responses to “Trickery”


  1. 1 mcguffers May 22, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    That’s clearly not the real Lapierre because he’s not sneering enough.

    The sight of 22,000 Canadians singing “O Canada” in the Bell Centre is awesome. And they did it in French. They can sing their national anthem in TWO languages. Americans need to step it up and at least learn the freakin’ words in English for God’s sake. I’d like to see Sabres fans do it for our first home game.

  2. 2 Grrrreg May 22, 2010 at 10:53 pm

    It’s funny that you posted that pic because I’ve seen it somewhere else and I was completely mesmerized. It really doesn’t seem real.
    Something else that doesn’t seem real: Michael Freaking Leighton getting 3 shutouts in 4 games. Uuuuuugh.


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