Sunday, May 3, 2009

Wait...what?

Pierre McGuire: "I think about the thickness of Brian Trottier."

7 comments:

Stagerat said...

Pierre McGuire is obviously channelling Bob Errey.... Bob is always thinking about the 'thickness' of players. Or maybe he's just a big Errey fan.

Anonymous said...

Bob... love the blog, keep it going man.

PS. Please hit pierre mcguire in the face

Anonymous said...

please do not compare bob errey and pierre mcguire... mcguire, aka master of the obvious, is the biggest anti-pens announcer and has even eclipsed edzo after he was fired as head coach.

Karl said...

Personally i think Bob Errey is an egotistic ass who wouldn't be able to handle the NHL with today's game.I am a Flyers fan and your comments about Mike Richards "not wanting to get beat up" was not only untrue but also very cowardly.Personally Richards could take anyone on on the Penguins roster and kick their ass without trouble.You should apologize to the viewers on your next telecast and better yet you should retire broadcasting period cuz frankly you suck.Yes I understand you are their to broadcast for the Penguins and you are gonna be "bias" and you do a very good job at that but comments like that and also about Scotty Hartnell"s hair being a "mop" there's no room for that and if your fans are "true" hockey fans then they won't like them either.

Anonymous said...

Karl eats penis.

Karl said...

Karl thinks that Anonymous has no balls or heshe would say who they are

DollHouse said...

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