Blackhawks tied 5-5 in Game 4

Filed under:Balls, Hockey, PhoneSEX — posted by Molly on June 20, 2013 @ 12:56 am

Hockey fans anyone?

BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Bruins came from behind to tie the Chicago Blackhawks for the third time and sent Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals into overtime with the teams even 5-5 on Wednesday night.

Trailing 4-3 after the second period, the Bruins tied it on Patrice Bergeron’s second goal of the game at 2:05 of the third period.

Patrick Sharp gave Chicago a 5-4 lead at 11:19 with the Blackhawks‘ first power-play goal in 30 chances, but Boston came right back to tie it 55 seconds later on Johnny Boychuk’s hard 40-foot shot.

All five Bruins goals were to the glove side of goalie Corey Crawford.

Game 5 of the best-of-seven series between the Original Six teams will be Saturday night in Chicago, where the clubs split the first two games in overtime.

Jonathan Toews broke his scoring slump in Chicago’s three-goal onslaught in the second period against previously stingy goalie Tuukka Rask.

In an unusually wide-open game, the teams combined for five goals in the second period after the first ended in a 1-1 tie on goals by Chicago’s Michal Handzus and Boston’s Rich Peverley.

Patrick Kane and Marcus Kruger also scored for Chicago in the second. Milan Lucic and Bergeron countered for Boston.

Rask posted his third shutout of the postseason with a 2-0 win on Monday night that gave the Bruins a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. He began Game 4 with a shutout streak of 122 minutes, 26 seconds.

That ended at 129:14 when Handzus scored a short-handed goal at 6:48 of the first period. Then Peverley, who had been struggling offensively, scored his second playoff goal during a rare power-play shift for him at 14:43.

Toews and Kane led the Blackhawks with 23 goals each this season, and neither had scored a goal in the Cup finals. In fact, Toews had gone 10 straight games without one and now has two goals in 21 playoff games.

His fortunes changed when he gave Chicago a 2-1 lead at 6:33 of the second. Michal Rozsival fired a low rising shot from the right point that Toews tipped in near the right post.

Just over two minutes later, Kane made it 3-1. Bryan Bickell shot the puck from low in the left circle. Rask deflected it to the other side and then scrambled to get back in position, but Kane converted the rebound at 8:41.

The Bruins stayed aggressive and it paid off when Lucic got his sixth goal of the postseason at 14:43. Zdeno Chara passed the puck from the left boards to Lucic in the slot for a backhand from 10 feet past Crawford.

Then it was the Blackhawks’ turn to come back, and it took less than a minute.

Kruger put his own rebound past Rask for his third postseason goal this year at 15:32. But that 4-2 lead didn’t hold up for long in the back-and-forth game.

At 17:22, Bergeron scored his eighth goal of the playoffs off an odd bounce during a power play. Chara’s shot hit the glass behind Crawford and bounced back off the top of the net. It ended up in the slot, and Bergeron put it in to cut the deficit to 4-3.

Handzus had scored the first goal after Brandon Saad stole the puck from Tyler Seguin in the Boston zone and raced up the right side. He crossed the blue line and then passed across the slot to Handzus, who beat Rask from about 5 feet.

Then Peverley tied it. Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference kept the puck in the zone when he went to his knees at the left point. He passed it toward Peverley near the right circle. Peverley controlled the puck and took a shot from the inside edge of the circle, beating Crawford to the near side.

The Blackhawks, Stanley Cup winners in 2010, dominated the early part of the first period. But the Bruins, the 2011 champions, came on strong in the last 10 minutes and ended the period being outshot by only 10-9.

The Blackhawks won the opener 4-3 on Andrew Shaw’s goal at 12:08 of the third overtime and lost 2-1 in Game 2 on Daniel Paille’s goal at 13:48 of the first overtime.

Marian Hossa returned to the Blackhawks lineup after being a late scratch in Game 3 because of an upper body injury. He has three game-winning goals in the playoffs and was second on the team with 17 goals during the regular season.

Since the best-of-seven format for the Cup finals began in 1939, teams leading 2-1 have won the championship 38 of 47 times.

Boston has won its last seven home playoff games, outscoring opponents 21-10. The Bruins are 11-2 in their last 13 games with both losses coming in overtime.

Rask has allowed one goal or fewer in each of Boston’s last eight wins.

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Hockey is not for pussies!!

Filed under:Hockey, PhoneSEX — posted by Lusty Justy on March 11, 2011 @ 2:54 am

Seriously, what are we going to do put them in time out.  They already do that, it does not work. Besides if you can’t take the heat get out the fucking kitchen.  Stop being a whiny fucking pussy.  Everyone knows Hockey is a violent sport.  So if you do not want to get hurt, join a badminton team.So guys just need to man up.  Pull your panties up, you big ass babies.

I like real men. Men who can handle themselves. If you want a woman who can wrestle you on the front lawn and fucking you in the bedroom call me.  I am not shy or gentle. I like to play rough and hell yeah I cheat.

So What do you like a tight end or a wide reciever?

Filed under:Football, Hockey, Mama Gayle, PhoneSEX, Uncategorized — posted by Lusty Justy on November 27, 2010 @ 1:42 am

I am a tight end girl,myself.  Shannon Sharpe was one of the best tight ends, but for me the reason I liked him, his trash talking.   Like me, he does not hold back.

Now his trash talk might be a little different than mine but I talk  trash just the same. I have a filthy dirty mouth and a tight end. <wink>

Give me a call and let’s talk some trash.

See more of me!

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Filed under:Hockey, Mama Gayle, PhoneSEX, Uncategorized — posted by Mama Gayle on October 13, 2010 @ 10:00 pm



Great moments are marked in history when an unlikely victor emerges against incredible odds. A young, unproven US Hockey Team, in the 1980 Olympics, was facing the hardened Soviets in a match that almost anyone would have expected to go to the Soviet Union. American amateurs and college stars facing a team of professionals with a winning streak that was almost expected. Coach Herb Brooks inspired his team before the game with these immortal words, “You were meant to be here. This is your time.”

No one quite understands what happens when desire, preparation and sheer tenacity come together. It creates momentum and hope and belief. And 20 young men who were never supposed to overcome one of the greatest teams in the world of hockey did it. Not only for their country, but for their families and themselves, and for anyone who has or ever will face a great challenge.


Filed under:Bonnie Delight, Hockey, Uncategorized — posted by Bonnie Delight on February 18, 2010 @ 10:35 am

Are you all watching these amazing athletes ?

I keep gasping at the amazing feats they are achieving .. right now watching the Ladies Snowboarding … we were in first .. but alas Australia snuck by

Go ladies go … and the Ladies Hockey KICK SOME ICE LADIES !

Wishing all the athletes an amazing time and many many medals



Happy New Year with BALLS and PUCKS

Filed under:Balls, Bonnie Delight, Football, Hockey — posted by Bonnie Delight on January 1, 2010 @ 6:09 pm


HAPPY NEW YEAR to all .. may it be filled with many goals, touchdowns, baskets, birdies, slamdunks and all those other winning ball moves including dipping and stroking ;) if you know what I mean.

Shit its the day of bowls isn’t it ROSE bowl, CAPITAL ONE bowl, OUTBACK bowl, INTERNATIONAL bowl, SUGAR bowl and all the other bowls played this week ORANGE bowl, GATOR bowl hell the list just goes on and on … I’m just in it for the ball slappin in the bowl affairs … wanna slap some balls honey ?

And them RED WINGS .. they kicked some booty one more time 4-2 with the final goal being and empty goal .. way to fuckin go my boys

ENJOY YOUR NEW YEAR … never miss a chance to slap a ball ;)



Slammin some Hockey

Filed under:Hockey — posted by Bonnie Delight on December 18, 2009 @ 4:37 am

DETROIT RED WINGS took CONTROL of tampa bay lightning 3 to zip-nada-none-nil 

Talk about an ASS KICKIN … way to go Drew Miller for the winnig Goal  … and a big Squeeze to Jimmy Howard for his first N.H.L. shout out

Skate on you fine fine men!!

;) I know we could get a might naughty with the term RED WINGS .. you know my naughty mind always in the gutter XOXOXOXOXOXOXO