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Born and raised in Ottawa, the Sens are my team.

I love the Sens. I love the Flyers. Hockey fanatic, puck obsessed.



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Feel this hat suits me well!! (x)

Feel this hat suits me well!! (x)


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dtypelaxhype:

The evolution of Lord Stanley

dtypelaxhype:

The evolution of Lord Stanley


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clarkethesharkmacarthur:

imjustanerdygirl:

Ben is adorable even when he is drunk.

wHAT


radboyraffl:

claude giroux, colors 


posted 2 months ago on 29/4/2014 with 169 notes
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marty-havlat:

"YAY PITTSBURGH ADVANCED IM SO PROUD OF MY BABIES"

Yeah. Congrats. You advanced to the second round. After nearly fucking yourself over to a team that has only ever made the playoffs once before in it’s history. 

pittsburgh being fans being happy for advancing????? wow what an outrage!!!!!!!!!!!!! how dare they celebrate winning?!?!?!?



rogers arena - vancouver canucks 

rogers arena - vancouver canucks 


posted 2 months ago on 27/4/2014 with 135 notes
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sidneyc:

teams in the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs


posted 3 months ago on 13/4/2014 with 2094 notes
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mightymaura:


Clint Malarchuk mere moments after having his jugular vein severed during a game on March 22, 1989. The wound was closed after 300 stitches and he avoided becoming the third NHL player to die from an in-game injury 

One of the trainers had been a medic in Vietnam, and was able to hold his jugular closed until he could receive treatment.
Easily the most intense moment in sports history.

mightymaura:

Clint Malarchuk mere moments after having his jugular vein severed during a game on March 22, 1989. The wound was closed after 300 stitches and he avoided becoming the third NHL player to die from an in-game injury

One of the trainers had been a medic in Vietnam, and was able to hold his jugular closed until he could receive treatment.

Easily the most intense moment in sports history.


posted 3 months ago on 7/4/2014 with 49318 notes
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