Hockey Hilarity: Jeff O’Neill, (Pot), Meet Jay Bouwmeester (Kettle)

Friday funnies brought to you straight from hockey’s own players, media personnel, and broadcast botches. We’ll be mucking it up every week right here, examining puck ups, puns, tweets, and more! As you may or may not know, Jay Bouwmeester and the St. Louis Blues agreed to a five-year extension that will pay him an average of $5.4 million a year starting in 2014-2015. The Blues get JayBouw for $1.2 million dollars less per year than his last contract, which saw him earn an average of $6.6 million a year. With that in mind, I couldn’t help but stumble across this …

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Hockey Hilarity: Remembering Webering

Friday funnies brought to you straight from hockey’s own players, media personnel, and broadcast botches. We’ll be mucking it up every week right here, examining puck ups, puns, tweets, and more! It’s been exactly one year and a few hours since the Philadelphia Flyers and Nashville Predators defenseman Shea Weber agreed on a crazy ridiculous offer sheet, which sent the whole hockey world into a tizzy. It was a ton of fun for five days until the Preds matched the offer and Weber became Predators property for life (more than likely anyway, who would want that deal with all that silly …

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Hockey Hilarity: Ovechkin for Tocchet and Peanuts

Friday funnies brought to you straight from hockey’s own players, media personnel, and broadcast botches. We’ll be mucking it up every week right here, examining puck ups, puns, tweets, and more! The Washington Capitals were, as per usual, eliminated from the playoffs. Also, as per usual, Alex Ovechkin was not a factor. I realize that last week we did an Ovechkin thing, and as much as I shouldn’t rag on the guy because when he’s on, he’s one of the best players in the world, but there has been much talk about trying to deal him and what the Caps intend …

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Breaking down the Bullies: Comparing down years

The Flyers aren’t a team that gets too comfortable outside of the playoffs. Sitting with less than a 10 percent chance of qualifying as of today, this might be just the second time since 1994 that they miss the postseason. When you compare the two teams, the amount of similarities makes you wonder if maybe we should have seen this coming. It starts from the beginning with the lack of identity and definition. During the 2006-07 season, the Flyers went through a lot of turnover due to a lack of early success and off-season change. They lost two big pieces …

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