Abel to Yzerman
by IwoCPO on 10/27/07 at 09:50 AM ET
Update below: there is a poll at the bottom of this post, and the results are shocking.
This is about a week old. You may have seen it. I had not. It made me happy and hopefully it has the same effect on you.
Sobbing Dive apologist Adrian Dater has a blog. Nine days ago he used that blog to beg the 7 Dive fans to please, please, please try and not be so frigging stupid.
A lot of Avalanche fans lost their hats for nothing the other night.
When Ryan Smyth scored in the shootout, hats rained onto the Pepsi Center ice, but they shouldn’t have.
C’mon now, Avs fans - you knew that goals scored in a shootout don’t count toward a player’s official overall goal stats. Right?
The title of that post? “C’mon Avs Fans…You’re Better Than That.”
Ummm…Adrian? No they’re not.
And, yeah…even though I’m late on this one, I had to do it. It’s in the A2Y charter. So, if there are Dive bloggers out there who think I’m being unnecessarily harsh or, as I’ve been called by a few of them on occasion, “mean”, I sincerely apologize. There are times I do consider letting up on the HDID. But then….there’s this. I guess this picture makes me feel all “snarky”.
My opinion? That picture alone warrants abuse. But, I’m a democratic guy. You know that. So, I’ll leave it up to you, the A2Y die hards to determine the direction we’ll take.
Before you vote, though, consider the effect your selection has on the average Dive fan…seen here
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