Game 5 Loss A Good Thing?

Looking at the glass half full, I have come up with 5 reasons that this is a good thing.

1) I won’t be uber-angry at ref calls anymore.  This is a good thing for the doggies who worry they did something wrong.

2) PVRing will be a lot easier now.  I won’t have to set aside 3 hours.

3) I won’t have to hear the new hockey night in canada theme song. It sucks.

4) Kessler won’t have to worry about not scoring for 17+ games anymore.

5) Luongo can say, hey, see, it wasn’t me.


Sad to see them lose.  Say what you want about Quick being a hot goal tender, or Daniel not playing for the first games or whatever, it honesty seemed like the Cancuks weren’t hungry enough.  Well, they’ll have plenty of time to think about it. 

Now can get back to a regular life.


About Joe Cummings

Aquarius. Traveler. Gamer. Writer. A New Parent. 4 of these things are easy. One is not. But the journey is that much better for the new people in my life. A life I want to share with others, to help them, maybe, to make them feel less alone, sure, to connect with the greater world, absolutely.
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2 Responses to Game 5 Loss A Good Thing?

  1. lani says:

    Yeah, free up some time here too (just a little as the Man likes to watch play off hockey anyway). Guess my jersey wasn’t so magical!

  2. bevcooke says:

    Oh, they lost? I saw part of the game, and even though I know nothing about hockey, from the reaction of the TV crowd and the crowd in the pub, it seemed as though they were doing okay. It was, I think 1-0 Canuks when we left in the middle of the second period. That’s too bad. Sorry Joe.

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