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May 17, 2015
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Eli</b></div><div>Just imagine the team with McDavid, Nugent-Hopkins and Draisaitl successively acquired previous 30 goal scorers Milan Lucic, Ryan Spooner, and James Neal. I don't have to imagine the Oilers signing Ovechking. I've seen it happen three times and brought popcorn. I'd give Ovie about ten goals on the Oilers' checking line by the all star break before the public trade demand.
In spite of Ovechkin's constant to play with Nugent-Hopkins or at least Kyle Turris, his line is centered by Alex Chiasson, "for defensive reasons and for team chemistry." The old Gretzky fans who buy Oilers season tickets laugh and hi five when his trade demand gets him demoted to the energy line. The next summer, Ovechkin signs for 6M in Florida, where he gets 40 goals, passing Jagr for third place before the team relocates. Quebec asks him to stay on at 5M, but Ovechkin signs in Minnesota for 7M. They won't play the Russians together, except on teh power play, and because they don't have much depth at center, he gets 35 goals that year, finally getting by How for second place the year he turns 37. The next year, as much as he wants to stick around and break Gretzky's record with just eighty to go, a two year 16M bid from Dinamo convinces him to finish his career where it all began.
Edmonton fans laugh and hi-five again. :) Can you see it?
This is why hockey fans shouldn't name-call on Cap-Friendly. You'd have been luckier if I reported your comment, rather than answering it honestly, in a public hockey forum, where Ovechkin can read it. But I'm just a fan. He doesn't have to take my word for it. He can call Yak.</div></div>
I’m not reading the novel you typed out but you should definitely read the title