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Friday, October 21, 2005
2 Games worth of recaps... and another *BBUURRPP*

Ok. For Canucks/Blackhawks, the Bert-accu-scoreTM was 7-1 for the good guys, and the "result" of the game just happened to be 6-2, again favouring the good guys. Well, the same number of goals were scored.

However, the game took place on Tuesday, in Vancouver, where by some miracle, it was a sunny day (as you may or may not know, it's monsoon season here in Vancouver, and yes, even in Burnaby. Okay we're right beside, so there's no real difference in climate). As such, there was too much positive karma in the city, so to bring things back into balance, one goal shifted from Vancouver and was donated to the Blackhawks.

'Nuff said.

For Canucks/Coyotes, Bert solidly predicted a score of 8-2 favouring the high-flying knuckles, but sadly, Satan

interfered, leaving the score at 3-2. You see, Brett Hull

retired earlier this week (I'm too lazy to check to see what day when. It's been a long week. Meh). This "Canadian", born in Belleville, sold his soul many moons ago. When he didn't meet the standards to play on Team Canada, he made a run for the border, as he attained dual citizenship, when his father, the more skilled and talented Bobby Hull, played for the Chicago Blackhawks. As such, this traitor immediately made the Yankee team.

Editor's note. Funny how even back in either Hull's days, that Canada just naturally outpowers our southern neighbors in hockey and drinking. Yep. I added the last bit. But American beer is too much like sex in a canoe. It's fucking close to water. No wonder the Americans get loaded on one beer when the 19-20 year olds road trip it to Canada for a weekend of drinking.

Anyhow, back to the game. Satan's contractee retired from the NHL. And seeing as this involves both Satan, who is synonymous with 666, there has to be a difference of six in there. And since the NHL is less 1 Golden Brett, the difference of six is less one, hence 5. And, as such, the margin of victory was narrowed by five goals, giving us...


Our next game, tomorrow night, see the Quebec Nordiques, held hostage in the city of Denver, Colorado, kept happy playing in the Pepsi Center (you see, in Quebec, the francophones drink way more Pepsi than Coke) try to create an Avalanche in GM Place. Here's a hint. We have no snow in Vancouver yet. As such, the Bert-accu-scoreTM for the game shall be

Vancouver 5 Quebec 3

Cha Gheill!!
neolithic pondered at 22:19
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