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And a miracle they got one.
A celebration doesn’t work in that order. It’s exuberance first, then congregate with your teammates. To do it the other way around would make it seem forced, and fake. Everything PK isn’t.
And who in God’s name are you to call someone arrogant for not enjoying hot-dogging? I don’t like it in any sport – which is simply a preference, nothing else. I understand that I do not hold the majority view on this site – big deal. Get over it.
And, you clearly care enough to insult me – so doesn’t that mean your argument is not only weak but false?
Talk about arrogant.
I’m pretty sure nobody cares if you don’t, “like excessive celebrations that don’t first include acknowledging your teammates.”
G-love is a big boy. He’ll get over it.
“Young people have seen that a team can play electrifying, fascinating hockey while still behaving like gentlemen.”
Thanks for that. There’s definitely some chemistry between those two.
“Hey Richard, two minutes for looking so good!”
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