The evil one returneth

I was trying to think of an Ash Wednesday-related theme and Kenny brings it to me. Mark:

12 And immediately the spirit driveth him into the wilderness.

13 And he was there in the wilderness forty days, tempted of Satan; and was with the wild beasts; and the angels ministered unto him.

Kenny:

he’s back and playing for the Sharks. If anything can make the Wings and Sharks legitimate rivals instead of just two of the best teams in the league that might have to play each other in the playoffs, this is it. Nothing like a little Claude Lemieux to turn up the intensity at the Joe.

What would be a parallel situation? Would it be Bill Laimbeer joining the Cavs to face off against Kevin Garnett one time? Would anyone doubt that one of those guys was cracking a rib or three?

I don’t care how long ago it was. There is no one in sports more dislikable than old Claude.

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5 Responses to “The evil one returneth”

  1. indeedindeed Says:

    this post had about five grammatical errors, apologies to anyone who stumbled on them.

  2. broseph Says:

    just blame claude lemieux for them. that’s why i do whenever something goes awry.

  3. zachary Says:

    damn claude.

    i hope he gets rocked by someone. huge win if we get it.

    versus jerry, versus.

  4. York Roberts Says:

    “There is no one in sports more dislikable than old Claude.”

    Todd Bertuzzi disagrees…

  5. York Roberts Says:

    “There is no one in sports more dislikable than old Claude.”

    as does 70’s Kermit Washington (pre-fight against AIDS in Africa Kermit).

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