Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Finalement une victoire pour Cunneyworth.

Buenos Dias PK'ists! DC reporting live from South Florida where english is as rare as condos not being forclosed.

Randy Cunneyworth finally won his first game as an NHL head coach. Although I was the first to poo-poo his hiring, I have to give the guy credit. He shook things up. I just wish he would've done this the second he got the job. The kids that got sent to the corner busted out of their respective slumps. Both Eller and PK scored and played well. Cammy finally scored after 11 games, TP got on the score sheet and Cole continued to be our most consistent scorer. Price needed a win like Charlie Sheen needed a new liver. Although I would've preferred he do this sooner, I can understand why it took so long. It was a huge risk. Had they lost, it would've been like showing the opposition all your cards. Cunneyworth would've been riding a 5 game losing streak after having pulled out all the stops. So let's pat him on the back and remind him that if he loses one more, we'll have him murdered. There is also the chance that Pierre Gauthier and Randy Cunneyworth still run the Senators and tanked on purpose.

So that now coach's first win is behind him, I assume the french media will leave him alone. Rumor has it that a street will be named after him (in Laval) and a new montage will be shown at the Bell Center before games depicting Randy Cunneyworth as Jesus getting crucified. I was starting to really worry that this win would never come. Like the hockey gods were being bribed by Leaf fans.

Next 2 games will be in the sunshine state. Their performance vs the Lightning will determine if I go and pay good money to see them in Miami.

6 comments:

HabsFan4 said...

They can beat the lightning all they want - we're not going to the game.

Steve said...

I want to trade PK for Huberdeau. Both will be excellent, but which one will be dominant? PK is going to want max money while Huberdeau may put some value on playing for Quebec.

Don's Cherries said...

@Steve I thank the lord every day that you don't run this team.

Steve said...

Don your on the mark, but its really about horseflesh, and I see Bobby Orr in PK, but will he ask for a Russian contract that will cripple the team. Hockey is a game played on the bubble, and the famous Lake Placid Americans proved that a team can beat a monster. We have two star defensemen comming up, we have more smurf forwards in the pipeline. I am so tired of defense, trade this star for a team of offence.

soperman said...

"Price needed a win like Charlie Sheen needed a new liver..." hilarious.

juce said...

meh