Monday, December 19, 2005
What is it about the Northwestern Division?
Somebody upstairs has it in for us. And, though he'd like to think so, his name is NOT Bettman. The Canucks seem to be able to defeat every team outside of their division with ease, but struggle with their in-diviaion rivals. And against Edmonton? They had their five Stanley Cups. Come on now.
Anyhow, the Bert-accu-scoreTM for the game was Canucks 6 Oilers 2, whereas the score adapted for television ended up being 5-4 for the Oilers, handing Vancouver a rare home loss. Well, the Oilers ignored all the rules, and scored a goal for each Stanley Cup they won, giving Edmonton 5 in total. In those five Stanley Cups, Gretzky was the captain for four of them, and the Canucks, showing respect for the Great One, scored for each of Gretzky's four Stanley Cups. As such, the score of the game was Oilers 5 Canucks 4, which gives us
Utter Golden PerfectionTM.
As for tonight, the Los Angeles Kings roll into town, trying to add to the woes of Vancouvers unexpected loss. However, the Kings aren't in our division, and as such, will suffer a bitter defeat to the tune of
Vancouver 6 Kings 0
neolithic pondered at 16:19
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