In typical @kylebhawan fashion, I must be honest.
I hold only thirty minutes of that prestigious element called time to put together the following presentation for the hundreds and hundreds of readers that appreciatively embrace my words.
Those hundred of hundreds of readers as of now will be referred to as fellow “Bhawans”. Yes, condone it or not, you are all my sisters and brothers.
It is what it is.
Now let’s see where this hazelnut coffee takes us.
We Appreciate You Bobby
Let it be know that I plan to have a child one day with the name Bobby. You heard that right Bobby.
Now if you take a step back and read my offspring's full name, you’ll notice that he or she may endure the pleasure from having the greatest hockey name since Salt Lake Native, Steve Konowalchuk.
Bobby “Fucken” Bhawan.
Oh the future is so bright.
Speaking of the future being brighter than a lamp on Trenbolone, Bobby Ryan had himself a night. In fact, his hatty added sugar to my wounds. A lot of sugar. The amount needed to get over a loss to the hands of the Sens in a resilient matter.
Once again, it is what it is.
Our city will have 19 games remaining to muster up points on route to delivering the people what they want. A playoff spot. Optimism and my order from Hope tells me that the outcome will still leave those under the grey sky, content.
Bobby Ryan deserved this. He deserved to create a speed bump for Demko and the gang. He deserved to have those rare fans in attendance to shower him with love and pride. He deserved this moment.
The #2 overall pick in the Crosby draft way back when the horrible remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was born, has gone through it all. Some would even say the unimaginable. All of which lead him into entering the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program this season for alcohol abuse.
Dive into the story of Bobby Ryan with this piece courtesy of Sportsnet.
Now he’s back and hopefully in a better place. We are wishing you the best. It’s only up from here.
SAY IT AGAIN FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK
It’s only up from here Bobby.
Bobby Ryan.— andy lassner (@andylassner) February 28, 2020
Takes a leave in November to get treatment for alcoholism.
Has been sober 100 days.
His first game back with the @Senators was tonight.
He scores a hat trick (3 goals).
This is him on the bench after his 3rd goal.
Alright, How Bout That Game Though
No buyer should lose to a seller post Trade Deadline. That’s just the truth.
The Canucks came out flat once again on this road trip and couldn’t regain legitimate ground. You could say the only players who showed up where those on the top line.
A top line that is exciting as fuck.
per natural stat trick, #Canucks were out-chanced 38-25 at evens by the Sens tonight. Now they face the highest-scoring team in the league on Saturday in Toronto— Jeff Paterson (@patersonjeff) February 28, 2020
Yup, Thatcher is being thrown in the fire and really hasn’t seen the inferno yet. He’s in charge of backstopping a team that had 16 points collected by Markstrom alone according to those damn fancy stats.
Don’t blame me for that point, blame the heat charts.
Anyways, this is how it’s going to be for Demmer moving forward. He will be expected to be extraordinary because the eye test has shown us all season that Travis’s team cannot play defense.
There will be little sympathy from the city for the “rookie” goaltender. Very little sympathy. This is a city where citizens fought over sidewalk salt during the winter of a couple years ago. Shit is crazy here.
Demko loses 1 game...#Canucks fans making it seem like he committed the biggest crime— Ahmed Al-Mudaffer (@nucksnews) February 28, 2020
I understand he didn’t have a great game. But he’s a ROOKIE goalie in a high pressure situation having his starter go down, I have faith in him. I mean he was great in Montreal.
Don’t Go On Twitter Demko
Again, shit is crazy here.
#Canucks have officially got a big time goaltending problem. 2 soft goals against, 7GA in 2 GP, as they lose 5-2. Now what do you do, as Demko does not look sharp, and has given up 3 soft Gs in 2 games. He has put them down by 2 Gs in each of these games.— Nucks IceMan (@nucksiceman) February 28, 2020
What Else You Sayin’ IceMan?
Today my boss came up to me this morning to give me 15 free minutes of pay by talking about the struggles of the Rooster.
Antoine Roussel hasn’t been the same player, albeit his first game of the season, since returning from a major knee injury he suffered last year. We all know what this dude can bring to table. At his best, he’s a top 10 POS the player, a player the city will fully embrace once he rediscovers his stride.
By the way, POS stands for piece of shit. If you’re a piece of shit player, you piss everyone off on the other team, you are a religious try-hard, and you chip in offence every now and then.
We all know the Frenchman is capable of all that.
#Canucks #Roussel has struggled since he returned from the knee injury. He’s definitely not the same player as last season in feistiness and is a step behind, which means he can’t get to his check. Wouldn’t it be better to sit him out and let MacEwen take his spot? Just asking.— Nucks IceMan (@nucksiceman) February 28, 2020
Just never forget.
How is it possible to have your best game of the season, quietly, all while losing 5-2 to a team 12,000 fans care about?
Come on commish, you are better than that.
There are some positives to take out of that mess of an effort from the #Canucks— Darryl Keeping (@dkeeping) February 28, 2020
Demko looked confident after a mediocre first.
1st line was dominant
Edler may have had his best game of the season, very quietly.
Green made adjustments, not sure we’ll see Loui next game.
Yes, 12,000 Fans
What a disgrace to our Country. We are talking about the nation’s capital giving up on their team.
Twelve fucken thousand?
Not Just A Blogger Ladies
Listen to the latest episode of Sippin’ On A 40 to listen to Kyle go off about this loss + he gives Vancouver advice on the Corona Virus.
Reinventing The Game
This is just fascinating.
All of these candidates have given their bank information to the Vancouver Canucks at one point in their lives.
It also demands the reality of the question to be asked. Is Travis Green in contention for the Jack Adams?
No pressure Demko.
Changing The Culture
HNIC needs to find the time to talk to Vancouver’s organization about the impact J.T. Miller has had both on and off the ice. He seem’s to be one of the dudes who brings it in all components of being a professional hockey player.
He provides an unbelievable work ethic with a side of “oh shit he’s this good” skill.
The former Ranger also gifts the fans honesty. Truthfully a trait that demands respect in our community.
Look, Mr. #TheTradeWasWorthIt has been the teams most consistent skater all season and is part of the best impact-now trade made in the NHL over the past 12 months. It’s time for the hockey world to know more about the dude nobody but the local DJ, wanted.
Do your job Elliotte and ask the room what Jonathan Tanner has specifically brought to the city’s team.
Actually do this. Here’s some free executive producing:
- Invite Benning and Miller into a well lit room surrounded by well positioned Red Cinema Camera’s.
- Have the two noted above read tweets created by the fans and the MEDIA from moments after the trade was announced on Day 2 of the draft.
- Show Benning smiling every 8 seconds + Get him to fix his hair using his middle finger.
- Let J.T. Miller run the show with confident remarks.
Yeah, y’all don’t pay much attention out on the west coast, but this is a damn good comeback story.
Vancouver is tired of losing but this is a horrible trade based on the market.— Kyle (@kylebhawan) June 22, 2019
Did you really have to give up a first for a 50 point guy on a team that needs cap relief?
What A Gem
When my cousin arrived to Canada from Fiji over 15 years ago, he immediately fell in love with the game of hockey. Originally, he chose the Wild as his team due to the desire of wanting to pick a rival of the place he now called home.
Within five years of watching the sport, his awareness of how the game was played allowed to him select a smarter group of skaters to follow and call his own.
He chose the Blackhawks and till this day I vividly remember him “screaming” after Patrick Kane’s winner against Philadelphia. You could feel the emotion from the noises he couldn’t hear himself. It was painfully beautiful.
Shoutout to this legend for providing post game analysis of the game to those who don’t want to read.
Matt Grzelcyk’s 2 assists.David Pastrñák’s 45th goal. Tyler Toffoli’s 2 goals & 1 assist. Troy Stecher’s 1 goal & 2 assists. J.T. Miller’s 3 assists. Quinn Hughes leads rookie 49 points. Canucks’ 4 goals in 3rd. Jacob Markstrom’s 34 saves, beat Boston 9-3 #Canucks #Bruins #NHL pic.twitter.com/Zvv0VZcFVc— PuckPlus (@PlusPuck) February 28, 2020
Honest Person Report
Damn, I couldn’t get the job done before my lunch break ended.
Sorry for the late post Bhawans.
Anyways, enjoy your Friday.