The only thing more embarrassing than getting floored by a
short, surprise left, is actually starting a fight while wearing a body-visor.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot...
Where's that little no-name puppy hiding, that couldn't tell a forearm shiver
from the kraft dinner his mom serves him in her basement every night?
Try to sucker me, punk?
Maybe you should watch the Wilson-Baxter fight again
to see what happens to cheap shot artists.
Anytime, anywhere Fido...
It's funny how on this website, pathetic fat guys who can't even throw down 20 push-ups are so quick to call a guy a ***** for losing a fight to a professional athlete. That being said, Sarich gets the win here.
Typical Flamers bull****e! Hit a guy from behind, pick a fight with him when he's still stunned from the cheap shot and trying to clear out the cob webs and then of course let's not forget you have to make sure you keep your helmet complete with face shield welded on throughout it all. Good job Corrine, at least you won't get fines internally for that. Looked to me like Chimera went down because that fukking mangina Sarich was trying to rub his cheek for him like you would to a chick when you're trying to pretend to like her and all you want is a piece. Looked like Chimera went down to try and get away from the attempted molestation.
Once again, typical of the Flamers and not all that surprising. Enjoy the long layoff when the playoffs start you bunch of overpaid talentless hacks!
Claire/Slingblade, of course you think that the visor thing is irrelevant, because it was once again one of your Flamers heros who was on the visor wearing end of it. When it happens time and time again, it's a pattern, whether you want to admit it or not.
You've obviously never had your bell rung before have you? Because even though your body works or thinks that it works, your brain isn't able to get it to function the way it should and you don't have a hold of all of your faculties properly. Actually, now that I think about it, you would be an expert on that considering that seems to be the only way that you are able to function throughout the day.....dazed and confused if you will. Which is exactly what Chimera would have been feeling after the cheap shot.
As for Kesler, if you look at the replay, Morris turned into Kesler as Kesler was approaching him. Sometimes, the guy on the receiving end has to be held accountable(again not a word that you're too familiar with) for putting himself in a vulnerable position. I'm not blaming Morris as it's a fast game but he seen Kesler coming and turned into him, unlike what happened to your girl Sarich.
Good comeback on the playoff thing. Totally predictable and assinine but I would expect nothing less from you. Last time I checked, even if the Nucks lose in the first round, which is possible but not likely, that's at least better than the embarrassment of not making them at all.
Face it, your Flamers are one of the biggest disappointments of the year, whether you are willing to admit it or not, which you're probably not. Then again, maybe your ****ty team will limp in if Colorado continues to sh!t the bed and then you'll be able to enjoy your very own first round playoff exit...AGAIN!
Claire/Sling, you really are a f@cking dip**** aren't you? I said that I wasn't blaming Morris but that he did look around before he got hit. He knew Kesler was coming and he took a hit to make a play and that at the pace of the game, things happen fast. He turned the wrong way and paid for it. Even if Kesler has a big mouth, what exactly does that have to do with the play in question...that's right, nothing. Also, exactly what area of play in Morris's own zone wouldn't be considered dangerous?
As for the playoffs, good luck to your ****ty team on that one. I really don't care who the Nucks play in the first round because at least they'll be playing. I personally don't want to see them play Detroit because I hate the way Detroit plays because I love physical hockey. Sure they're hot right now but I would like to see a tough physical series with the possibility of some scraps and with Detroit I know that's not going to happen.
Two things: 1) Chimera already had two attempted rights in before Sarich even got the mitts off, how do you expect him to take the time to take the helmet off? clearly you've never actually played the game of hockey. 2) with regards to the "deserves to be on a losing team", notice the flames won this game 5-3.
Sarich is the clear winner here, all though he got lucky he wasn't tossed because of the tape.