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whenever too many men is called all i can think of is
"The day after the Penguins’ Game 7 loss to the Rangers in May, a group of players hit the city to blow off some steam…This night, at one establishment, the Penguins players lined across and around a bar. A bartender at this establishment, as the best bartenders do, treated them as regular customers, not pro athletes. He gave them space and served them drinks.
At one point during the evening, one of the players called the bartender over and said, ‘Are you a big fan?’
The bartender, who happened to be wearing a Penguins ball cap, answered with a nod.
‘I’m really sorry, bud,’ the player said. ‘We should have won that series. We let everybody down. I should have played better, so I’m sorry. I wish we could have done better for you.’" — The bartender said that player was James Neal. [x] (via jordaanstaal)
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Alex Ovechkin can’t pronounce & say “hockey at its best” for a new commercial.
you have to watch the video this doesn’t do it enough justice
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id like to thank not only god but jesus
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William Nylander’s first NHL goal.
With a new season comes more sass from Blackhawks beat writers
26 million Canadians watched the Canada vs. USA Olympic gold medal game.
Doesn’t sound like much, until you remember that there are only 33 million Canadians on the entire planet.
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