risdaniels:

adriofthedead:

pyopyon:

jamesisrambling:

Biggest Nope I’ve Seen To Date

"Did you just catch that?"

I like that the batter actually looks impressed

I see this come across my dash one every three months or so and it still amazes me.

risdaniels:

adriofthedead:

pyopyon:

jamesisrambling:

Biggest Nope I’ve Seen To Date

"Did you just catch that?"

I like that the batter actually looks impressed

I see this come across my dash one every three months or so and it still amazes me.


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sealcat:

So I decided to make a masterpost with a bunch of links that relate to the NHL/hockey in general. Please message me or correct me if any links are wrong and add links that you may think useful!
Basic:
nhl website [links to each team’s website at the top of the page - from there links to each team’s social media branches are available!]
canadian women’s hockey league
other leagues official sites: iihf khl aihl shl eihl national swiss league chl whl ohl echl sphl qmjhl ahl
a full list of a bunch of other leagues [qatar ice hockey league!!!!!] 
nhlpa official website + facebook
the twitter account that you trust above all others with breaking hockey news
Watch:
official nhl youtube channel
pretty much any hockey fight ever + the youtube channel
steve dangle videos 
terrible hockey commercials
almost any canucks clip you could ask for 
more canucks clips in HD
official canucks youtube
official maple leafs youtube
official avalanche youtube
official bruins youtube
official sabres youtube
official senators youtube
official flyers penguins lightning capitals youtubes
official panthers hurricanes cbj habs islanders rangers youtubes
official oilers flames sharks kings ducks coyotes devils youtubes
official blackhawks red wings blues stars predators jets youtubes
not super recent but HITS HITS HITS
lots of blues clips (and other teams)
players being goofy with cabbie
cool nhl history videos
full 2011 2012 nhl all star draft
full 2011 2012 nhl all star skills competition
full nhl awards 2010 2011 2012
2014 winter classic
2010 CAN v USA mens gold medal game 
SUBBY CAM
cbc’s full hockey game player
classic nhl playoff games
some ways to stream games [reddit game threds usually include links]
canucks games on youtube
more old game viewing
Design:
icethetics
hockey by design
hockey jersey concepts
super amazing fun hockey merch
spend money on nhl merch 
Reference sites:
find out about your favourite player’s contract and your favourite team’s cap situation
behindthenet
nhl/ahl affiliations
nhl realignment map
capgeek twitter account rankings - a good place to find follow-worthy hockey twitters
advanced statistics [recent stats, explanations of advanced stats, etc]
hockeyphotography [search a player’s name and you might find some fun old photos!]
yahoo hockey
nations network blogs: canucks flames oilers leafs jets + nhlnumbers
sporting news hockey [+ twitter suggestions]
sbnation
hockey drills hockey drills hockey drills
types of skates
nhl rulebook + dept of player safety page
Fun!!!:
nhl players on twitter + listed
NHL PLAYERS WITH DOGS and other animals
hockey players on tinder
hockey players being silly .gifs
hockey players with tattoos!
hockey themed cursors
this goofy buzzfeed post that is kind of cute [but more goofy than cute imo whatever]
pinterest board of hockey infographs
PassItToBulis’ starter pack of Canucks fan twitter follows
hockey inspired tattoos
nhl.com’s bad puns
which sedin is it?
how to tell the sedins apart
EDUCATE YOURSELF ON THE WONDERS OF HENRIK SEDIN
name that blue
nhl in pop culture
famouspeoplewearinghockeyjerseys

sealcat:

So I decided to make a masterpost with a bunch of links that relate to the NHL/hockey in general. Please message me or correct me if any links are wrong and add links that you may think useful!

Basic:

Watch:

Design:

Reference sites:

Fun!!!:


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everydayimscheifelen55:

“describe your life in a gif”

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so-hockey-eh:

"You shoot it." "No, you shoot it."

so-hockey-eh:

"You shoot it." "No, you shoot it."


It all starts April 16th.


Phil Kessel’s shot stops right at the goal line


sealcat:

"hey can I borrow your phone?"

sure one sec

image


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prettyfaceskinnywaste:

A Winnipeg Sun story about an 11-year-old hockey fan who was taunted at a Jets game last week has struck a chord with NHL star John Tavares of the New York Islanders. Jake Lotocki is an Islanders fan who attended last Tuesday’s Winnipeg-New York game wearing his Tavares jersey. But the experience turned ugly when he was jeered by several fans after the game, one getting in his face and yelling, ‘You suck! Go home, loser!” Tavares, in Toronto rehabbing from a season-ending knee injury, read the story soon after it was posted online at winnipegsun.com, Monday night. He immediately called the team’s director of communications, Kimber Auerbach, who was with the Islanders as they played in Vancouver. “He called me during the game and told me he wanted to do something for Jake,” Auerbach told the Sun, Wednesday. After reading how Lotocki had to leave the arena with his jersey crumpled up so people wouldn’t see it, Tavares suggested sending the boy a new one, autographed by his favourite player. Auerbach called the Lotocki home Tuesday night and told Jake’s mother of the team’s plans. “It’s amazing,” Sue Lotocki said. “It’s quite impressive that somebody who was just Jake’s hockey hero turned out to be a true-life hero for him. He really appreciates him making the effort to reach out to Jake in that way. It means a lot to him.” The Islanders have also promised to invite Lotocki to a game-day skate when they visit Winnipeg next season. “He’ll get to come down and meet John and some of the other players as well,” Auerbach said. Tavares wasn’t the only one moved by the story. The Islanders Booster Club and a Facebook group calling itself New York Islanders Hardcore contacted the Sun offering support and team memorabilia for Jake, while a Winnipeg restaurateur offered to have the family for dinner. Another fan contacted the Sun offering his season tickets for a game. “Amazing, generous offers,” Sue Lotocki said. “As a family we’ve decided we will decline anything further. What we’ve received from the Islanders is amazing. There’s no way I could say no to that. But beyond that… getting this dialogue going is what we hoped for.” Lotocki had said the treatment her son received at the game flew in the face of everything the family teaches about respect in sport. Her son, who’s also a Jets fan, plays hockey and sees some of the problems with overzealous parents. “And all the stuff going on with minor hockey leagues, we talk about it a lot,” she said. “I guess that’s where I find it hard. I’m trying to teach him how to be a good sportsman, and then you get this.” The response they’ve received since the story went public has turned a negative into a positive. “An outpouring of support,” she said. “It’s a really good message for our son to hear: good behaviour gets positive response.” Lotocki said a representative from True North Sports returned a call from her husband assuring the family the safety and well-being of fans is a priority.

prettyfaceskinnywaste:

A Winnipeg Sun story about an 11-year-old hockey fan who was taunted at a Jets game last week has struck a chord with NHL star John Tavares of the New York Islanders.
Jake Lotocki is an Islanders fan who attended last Tuesday’s Winnipeg-New York game wearing his Tavares jersey.
But the experience turned ugly when he was jeered by several fans after the game, one getting in his face and yelling, ‘You suck! Go home, loser!”
Tavares, in Toronto rehabbing from a season-ending knee injury, read the story soon after it was posted online at winnipegsun.com, Monday night.
He immediately called the team’s director of communications, Kimber Auerbach, who was with the Islanders as they played in Vancouver.
“He called me during the game and told me he wanted to do something for Jake,” Auerbach told the Sun, Wednesday.
After reading how Lotocki had to leave the arena with his jersey crumpled up so people wouldn’t see it, Tavares suggested sending the boy a new one, autographed by his favourite player.
Auerbach called the Lotocki home Tuesday night and told Jake’s mother of the team’s plans.
“It’s amazing,” Sue Lotocki said. “It’s quite impressive that somebody who was just Jake’s hockey hero turned out to be a true-life hero for him. He really appreciates him making the effort to reach out to Jake in that way. It means a lot to him.”
The Islanders have also promised to invite Lotocki to a game-day skate when they visit Winnipeg next season.
“He’ll get to come down and meet John and some of the other players as well,” Auerbach said.
Tavares wasn’t the only one moved by the story.
The Islanders Booster Club and a Facebook group calling itself New York Islanders Hardcore contacted the Sun offering support and team memorabilia for Jake, while a Winnipeg restaurateur offered to have the family for dinner.
Another fan contacted the Sun offering his season tickets for a game.
“Amazing, generous offers,” Sue Lotocki said. “As a family we’ve decided we will decline anything further. What we’ve received from the Islanders is amazing. There’s no way I could say no to that. But beyond that… getting this dialogue going is what we hoped for.”
Lotocki had said the treatment her son received at the game flew in the face of everything the family teaches about respect in sport. Her son, who’s also a Jets fan, plays hockey and sees some of the problems with overzealous parents.
“And all the stuff going on with minor hockey leagues, we talk about it a lot,” she said. “I guess that’s where I find it hard. I’m trying to teach him how to be a good sportsman, and then you get this.”
The response they’ve received since the story went public has turned a negative into a positive.
“An outpouring of support,” she said. “It’s a really good message for our son to hear: good behaviour gets positive response.”
Lotocki said a representative from True North Sports returned a call from her husband assuring the family the safety and well-being of fans is a priority.


monochrome hockey players
↳ john tavares

copperbooom:

With no available locker room stalls, rookie Teemu Pulkkinen took a spot on a folder chair near the entrance to the Red Wings’ room Thursday morning.

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tHEY PUT HIS NAMEPLATE ON THE WALL ,TOO 


somegreatwhitehope:

I fucking love this dumb sport

somegreatwhitehope:

I fucking love this dumb sport