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Friday, February 2, 2007

If I were a hockey player...

So I saw this on

and decided to do it.

Team: Montreal Canadiens

Uniform: Number: 85

Position: Goalie :) probably Center

Nickname: Bethy haha

Dream Linemates: Right Wing...Dany Heatley...Left Wing...Alexander Ovechkin

Rounding out the PP: Pronger and Souray

Job: Scoring..and winning all the faceoffs

Signature Move: Passing the puck...haha

Strengths: Never back down from a fight

Weaknesses: Probably be in a lot of penalty trouble

Injury Issues: Shoulder injury
Equipment: All of it...

Nemesis: Crosby...grrr

Scandal Involvement: I am Scandal Free

Who I’d face in the Stanley Cup Finals: The Flyers...this year...that way it wouldn't be a contest

What I’d do with the Stanley Cup after our victory: Kiss it...

Would the media love me or hate me: Love me of course!!

Another thing...more people need to leave comments...it gets kinda boring with no response...


Jeannie said...

I would be Martin Brodeur!

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