October 06, 2005

PFG Participation in Doubt

As Sunday Morning Hockey begins its season opener this weekend, one roadster is already watching from the sidelines.
“Is tough,” said PFG, last year’s Stanley Stick Tournament MVP. “I look forward to this all summer, and now no chance for me to play.”
Earlier this month, while out of the country on business, PFG learned that another exploitive employer would be preventing PFG from making it out to the games on Sunday Morning. For a few weeks, at least.
“I not be able to hockey play for one, two, three weeks, as haf to work. Every time I walk into shed I see my new goalie equipment, and I get happy. Now, am sad.”
All might not be lost, however. Reports have surfaced that PFG might be able to renegotiate some of the starting times for his exploitive employer. When asked his chances, PFG replied “Haf and haf.”
In an unrelated line of questioning, reporters were curious to know if PFG was going to abide by the new NHL rules regarding the size of goalie equipment. PFG response was curt. “You bring tape measure; I show you how far I can shove it up your—”. The end of his response was unfortunately cut off by a network malfunction.

Posted by at October 6, 2005 10:13 PM
Comments

Hello,
We are working on a demo for a television series about road hockey. We are looking for people that would be available to be interviewed this weekend (October 22-23). It would be great to see your game in action and interview some of the players involved about their love of the game.
Please email if interested: cal_mac at telus.net

Posted by: Calum at October 20, 2005 01:16 PM

I like the media attention and with Jay Suburb's retirement I've found myself pursuing other lime-light opportunities ... and my knee is still #$%^^%$#$#

Posted by: TheColonel at October 18, 2005 02:44 PM

sorry boys my life is currently controlled by a very cute 3-month-old dictator ... i'll get out as soon as she settles down a bit ...

Posted by: wendel at October 17, 2005 10:02 PM

I missed the last two weeks (past Sunday and the Thanksgiving Sunday) due to the flu...I'm hoping to be there next week.

Posted by: Beetle Boy at October 17, 2005 02:04 PM

Back spasms. That's my excuse, and I'm stickin' to it. The pouring rain didn't help either...

Hopefully all will be well for a proper opener next Sunday.

Posted by: Living Legend at October 17, 2005 08:16 AM

....ummm, wasn't today supposed to be the season opener? Fairweather roadsters or a chink in the armour?

Posted by: Unabomber at October 17, 2005 02:04 AM