05 May 2008

Bring it on, baby

Thank heavens. Watching the third period gave me ulcers, but seeing the Penguins go to work in OT, stepping it up and playing the way that everyone knows they can....just a thing of beauty. Don't suppose the NHL can postpone the start of the conference finals till after my finals, eh?

A quick congratulations to Dallas, who by winning in an amazing 4 OT marathon, has officially killed my Western conference hockey pool. Thanks, Stars.

8 comments:

Jen said...

A quick congratulations to Dallas, who by winning in an amazing 4 OT marathon, has officially killed my Western conference hockey pool. Thanks, Stars.

You're welcome! ;) See you Thursday!

Steph said...

See you Thursday indeed, bring it on!

(PS you killed Elly's pool AND mine - our whole blog is against you now!)

Cat said...

A quick congratulations to Dallas, who by winning in an amazing 4 OT marathon, has officially killed my Western conference hockey pool. Thanks, Stars.

You're welcome. ;) I get the feeling we'll be rapid-texting a bit throughout this series.

Cat said...

Oh, and can you imagine if we're both on INAPB again? It will be onnnnnn. Connie and Finny might have to hold us back. OMG they should have whistles. How awesome would that be?

Steph said...

Oh for sure - I have unlimited now JUST for situations like these :P And we'd totally better be on at the same time again, that would be awesome! I can just see it:

Connie: And across the league -
Steph: %@W#$*ING STARS!
Cat: $@#$$%**ING RED WINGS!

We'll get whistled for unsportsmanlike and they'll cut off our mics for two minutes.

Elly said...

Steph/Cat: Just don't be like Ruutu and the Canadiens, he gets Pierre's mic cut off.

Then again, that might not be such a bad thing.

Patty (in Dallas) said...

I think we've broken a few brackets. :D

I can't wait for the series to start. It'll be very exciting.

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