Monday, April 19, 2010

Kick-Ass, Waffles, and Hockey...Oh My... aka what I did over the weekend

If you have the chance you should all definitely go see Kick Ass.  I saw this great film at the Cinerama Dome and it was amazing.  I would argue that Kick Ass is one of the best super hero movies ever forged.

This film is definitely worth the price of admission.


they are probably the perfect breakfast food.  How to make a waffle better use waffles instead of bread for a breakfast sandwich.  If you want a great Waffle Sandwich go to the Waffle on Sunset...  Order the Double Wide it is amazing.  Below is the link for the site.

The Waffle

This weekend was a great for Hockey.  Let me start with the Sharks and their quest for the cup.  On Friday the Sharks had a must win Game 2 and it was one of the craziest Sharks Games I've seen in a good while.  The Sharks had to come from behind 5 different times and then won in OT off of an amazing play by Devin Setoguchi.

Sunday, I had my second game with the Isotopes in Pasadena.  When we were warming up for the game I was very worried.  Our team is suppose to have 11 to 13 players.  5 minutes before the game we had 6 people.  At the drop of the puck we had 8.

The other team, they had 13.  So to say we were outnumbered was a bit of an understatement.  To make matters even better 5 minutes into the 1st period one of our defenders cut his face open on the ice and had to leave to get stitches.

Despite all of these potential problems we absolutely dominated the other team.  We skated faster then them, we controlled the puck longer and better then them, and it showed on the scoreboard.  We ended up winning the game 4-2.  It was a great game for our team especially after we lost our first game.

That brings us to Sunday night and Game 3 of the Sharks vs the Avs...

The Sharks were absolutely destroying the Avs the entire game.  If it wasn't for Craig Anderson the Sharks would have won the game.  But Anderson was playing like a brick wall stopping all 50 of the Sharks shots.  The game ended very bizarrely in OT when our best Defenseman Dan Boyle went for a routine backhand pass behind the net and sent the puck right past Nabakov.

The Sharks have to win the game on Tuesday to tie up the series 2-2.  If the Sharks bring the same level of play they did on Sunday then they should have no problem in accomplishing this.  The Sharks were dominating the Avs all game and their game plan was working to a T...

The only part of the Sharks game that really needs an improvement is the power play.  The Sharks didn't take advantage on the power play at all during the game.  If the Sharks are going to win this series they are going to need to do better on the power play.

There is plenty of hockey still to be played and I am still optimistic that the Sharks are going to come out on top.

That's all for now...

As always...

Keep your head up.

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