Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Skille has Skills

Skille was so "close." Skille "almost" got one there. Skille somehow "missed" a wide open net (that didn't actually happened).

All of the other Blackhawks' fans
used to laugh and call him names.
They never let poor Skille
join in any Blackhawks' games.

Tonight was a different story.

Then one foggy Chicago night
Coach Q came to say:
"Skille with your shot so nice,
won't you guide my game tonight?"

Or something like that.

Then all the Blackhawks fans loved him
as they sang out Chelsea Dagger with glee
Jack Skille
You'll go down in history!

You get the point.

Anyway, the Blackhawks will go into Christmas break on a high note with a 4-1 win over the Predators. Skille brought the gifts with two goals tonight. Yes, two goals. He didn't just nicely wrap this win he put a fucking bow on it.
Yuletide carols were sung by a choir for Bickell. He now has ten goals on the season and continued his point streak (five games). He was also a physical force with five hits. What a nice, huge surprise these two have been this year.

Bolland sang "All I want for Christmas is you" to Lindback (photo). He had quite the game tonight. He scored first for the Hawks, assisted, and candy caned (hooking) a Predator.

Speaking of nice surprises, Corey Crawford. He's been outstanding and tonight was no different (24 saves). Can't seem to find your present from the Blackhawks? Well, you're looking at it. The Rockford boys.

-The Hawks honored the the fallen Chicago fire fighters with a moment of silence.
-Happy Birthday Pat Foley! It sounded like Pat and Eddie had a few celebratory drinks tonight. Oh, wait. That's every night.
-Skille did his best secret agent impression. He fell to the ice with a roll/somersault, then bounced up and hit the boards.
-Seabrook got a little feisty with Hornqvist.
-A "don't touch my captain" moment came when Toews was pushed down by Suter, after play had stopped. He went to the box for roughing.
-Skille has four goals against the Preds.
-Turco has officially been welcomed to the team with his Degree deodorant commercial.

Three in a row for the Blackhawks! Listen for Hossa on Christmas Eve night to say, Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!

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