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    puckling:

because-hockey:

this is one of the most important photos on this website and the inter web in general 

You all know which game we’re playing here. 

    puckling:

    because-hockey:

    this is one of the most important photos on this website and the inter web in general 

    You all know which game we’re playing here. 

    (Source: eastcoastoverdose-)

     
  2. because-i-have-us:

    renirabbit:

    yougotkronwalled:

    burrayeksa:

    Hockey is so fucking entertaining without even meaning to be. 

    All these hockey gifs and they didn’t include the best one: image

    this made me want to watch hockey

    that gif above me. is my home team. 

     
  3. michaelique:

    dean winchester ○ the elements

    (Source: miaiphonos)

     
  4. 11:13 29th Aug 2014

    Notes: 1

    Tags: personal

    YO I’M GOING CAMPING THIS WEEKEND

    there’s a queue and stuff set up like always but no one really cares about that

    k i’m off to commune with nature and forget about jamie benn

    (HAHA THAT’S NEVER GONNA HAPPEN)

    (pray for us sinners)

    (;-;)

     
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    pensfan4lfe:

Love that pic!

    pensfan4lfe:

    Love that pic!

     
  6. (Source: popsonnet)

     
  7. hawkeytime:

    Toews and Luongo, casual curling enthusiasts.

     
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  9. 01:00

    Notes: 75232

    Reblogged from octoswan

    Tags: route 66 ideals

    eyelidprojections:

    far away i’m sure

     
  10. dazzlingheroes:

    whatever, this is basically the whole article but every time Lombardi calls him “Michael” i make this like, punched-out keening noise: 

    Lombardi said it’s crucial for Richards to rebound.

    "If you look at it and say, ‘If Michael gets back to just being an average Mike Richards,’ that would improve this team more than anything,” Lombardi said. “He gives us the best potential to be a better team than we were last year. It’s sitting right there. The team is most important. [But] I just can’t imagine him accepting second fiddle to some of his peers. That’s why I stuck with him in the end. I believe deep down that this guy has got too much.”

    Richards actually got off to a great start last season with six goals and 13 assists in the first 25 games. He filled the void left by slow-starting captain Dustin Brown, and it was reasonable to think that it was Richards’ team more than Brown’s in the first few weeks.

    But Richards went into a prolonged slump. He had one goal in 36 games, from Nov. 30 to Feb. 27, and in December was moved from a line with Jeff Carter. Richards, a member of Canada’s gold-medal 2010 Vancouver Olympics team, was never in the conversation for the 2014 Sochi Olympics, and in January he admitted his lack of production was disappointing.

    "It’s been frustrating," Richards said. "But I’m not a natural goal scorer as Jeff would be. I have to kind of earn what I get. I have to stop looking for the pass-first mentality that I usually come with and try to get pucks to the net more."

    Richards did improve in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including a goal in Game 7 of the Western Conference Second Round Series. His value was more in being able to counter the opponent’s centers and in his big-game experience as the Kings won three straight Game 7s.

    "Michael being Michael gives you enormous potential up front now, whether he’s going with Carter or the kids, it gives your coach enormous [options]," Lombardi said. "I don’t know how you match up. If [Tyler] Toffoli and [Tanner] Pearson keep coming and Michael is being Michael, and [Jarret] Stoll. How are you going to beat that? But that’s very different from having to put Michael in a role where you’re almost hiding him.

    "Now, the irony is, even when you’re doing that, he still shows up in big moments. That’s the thing that makes you want to stick with him now, and inherently out of loyalty to players who have done so much to get this franchise to a certain point."