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Old 04-28-2003, 11:29 PM   #21
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That's hilarious! I didn't even know you had just posted! Do you know what happened to him? Why he retired? Did he even retire?
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Old 04-28-2003, 11:36 PM   #22
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i dont know, i lost track of him after he left the blues. i used to like him a lot, but then he hit the puck into our own net, so now he's a jackass.
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I hate to say it, but if you've ever hung around hockey players much it wouldn't come as that much of a surprise.
Really? All the ones I've met have seemed to be really decent guys. Married to high school sweethearts or dating DU law students. Blake is the only one I've heard infidelity rumors about and that's not a surprise.

I could be wrong. I just never hear the lurid stories coming out of the Avs locker room like I have out of the Rockies and Broncos. (My dad works security for them and had to let several strippers in for some Chicago Cub this week! )
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Old 04-29-2003, 01:30 AM   #24
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AvsGirl - Well, I suppose I shouldn't tar them all with the same brush. It's just that I've played hockey before, and I remember what they were like. I imagine once they hit the NHL they don't change that much! Also, my sister used to work at Jo Fortes in downtown Vancouver, a favourite restaurant among hockey players and celebs alike, and she's told me quite a few stories of what they are like. I could elaborate, but I shouldn't! Let's just say that one of her stories involved a certain Vancouver native who plays for the Ducks.
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Old 04-29-2003, 01:33 AM   #25
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I should add, however, hockey players are great guys. They usually come from good families, and enjoy life. Some like to enjoy life to the max, and that's where they get into trouble!
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oh come on! spill the dirt!

any pavel bure stories?

any others? i wanna hear this!
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Zoomer, yer bad! Well, certainly you must know whose from Vancouver and plays for the Ducks?!
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uh gee...paul kariya??

but i wanna hear stories! clarify that theyre rumors and that they arent necessarily true, but share nevertheless what you know!

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You must be addicted to soaps! Alright, my sister told me Paul Kariya was making rather sick passes at her all night when she was serving the Ducks' table. They were having a rookie party (where all the rookies have to buy dinner for the entire team); they spent $15 thousand on booze alone (very expensive champaign and liquours). Anyway, Paul kept asking her about her tongue ring, and if she wanted to "come out to Roxy's" with him. But, hey, my sister exagerates sometimes, so who knows. She apparently was quite disgusted by it all, and ignored him for the rest of the night.

I've also heard stories about Brett Hull, but they're just stories, and I have no idea if they're true, so I shouldn't say anything. Let's just say they involve the white powder. (Oh, did I just say that?!)
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I could tell you some stories about Jason Priestly (another Vancouver native), but he's not a professional hockey player so I'll leave him out of it.
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post a pic of your sis!


and i actually think hull is a pretty good guy.
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Except for the fact that he's a traitor, and won the 94 Word Cup for the US with a high stick. Other than that, a great guy!
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he's got duel citizenship, so not a traitor country wise

but he is a traitor for leaving the blues

and he won the cup for dallas with a skate in the crease

and i met him at dairy queen, as he used to live by me
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Yes, but he supposedly was born with Canadian citizenship, and didn't get his dual citizenship until he got to the NHL. The story goes that he was miffed that Team Canada didn't invite him to training camp one year, so he decided to play for the US instead, and decided to stick with them ever since.

By the way, did he have a Peanut Buster Parfet?
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well maybe they should have invited him. if i scored 86 goals and wasnt invited i would be miffed too.

besides, he lived most of his life and made his living, and started a family in the united states. so if he was a citizen why wouldnt he represent the country that he was more a part of?
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He scored the 86 goals after he wasn't invited to camp. As for him not playing because he was living in the US at the time with his family, what about all the Canadian players also living in the US with their families? Should they play for the US, too? Are you saying that ever since Gretzky got traded to LA, he should have played for the US? I mean, he lives there, raises his family there. In pretty much every exterior way, he's an American, is he not? But yet he always played for his "home" country, Canada. Why is that I wonder? Hmmm...
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Oh, another thing: Brett Hull grew up in Canada, and also played his junior hocky in Penticton BC. Later, he played for the Calgary Flames. I don't think he's lived more years in the US.
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maybe he just respects the country that made him rich and famous.

and if he wasnt invited to the canadian camp what was he supposed to do? sheesh. you should direct your bitterness to the people who originally rejected him.
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At the time, he simply wasn't good enough to play for Team Canada. I mean, even Steve Yzerman was cut in 1987!! Did you see Steve Yzerman not playing in 94, 98, and 2002? No. Steve's not a traitor though. Not that I care. It's only Brett Hull after all.
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Actually, I shouldn't say bad things about Brett. He's a very good player. If he chose not to play for the country that made him, I'm sure he had his reasons.
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