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This never, EVER gets old. The Canadiens use pucks, so there’s the weak link to the Habs.
Now I know where fruit cakes come from.
This shouldn’t count as “pucks” – those blue pucks are the light-weight version of a real puck, used in practice for kids.
I’d be more interested in seeing a true, 170 gram peice of volcanized rubber go through the blender.
Hilarious. I’m sure that blender isn’t of much use anymore.
♪Your cares and troubles are gone. There’ll be no more from now on. From now on happy days are here again, the skies above are so clear again. So let’s sing a song of cheer again. Happy times, happy nights, happy days are here again♪
I’d be more interested to see if a Gomez/Pyatt/Boyd line could blend.
Centre Hice: my last Canadiens game at the Forum
I own a Blendtec and they are AWESOME!
The theme music kinda sounds like the original HNIC (now TSN Hockey) opening song
We used to put three hockey pucks in the dryer in our university residence at 3am. Good times.
This could be my most favourite video on HISO ever.
You’re going to love my nuts!
HAHAHAHA I forgot about “will it blend?” !!! Oh man those are good. Never seen the hockey puck one. Good post Mr. Stubbs.
“I lined up next to him at a faceoff, looked over and said “Hi Rocket”. All he did was growl.”
Now just add two cups of yougurt, a couple of bananas and some hemp seed powder and you’ve got the Jacques Martin System Shake®.
“Hey Richard, two minutes for looking so good!”
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