Thursday, February 25, 2010
Soviets Are Soft; Water Is Wet
To all of you Domebeer-aholics out there who think that Brent Sutter is a shitty coach, I got two words for you: Vyacheslav Bykov.
Vyacheslav Bykov was that tool doing his best Mike Keenan impression behind the Soviets bench last night. In case you don't know, let me sum it up for you:
The Coaching Styles of Vyacheslav Bykov (and Mike Keenan)
Step 1: Chew ice.
Step 2: Chew ice.
Step 3: Make sure your team sees how much ice your chewing.
step 4: Lose the game.
It's time to get punny. I was shocked to see the Soviets offense 'stalin' the way it did against Team Canada. Where was Saprykin? Im sure he was willing to 'lenin' a hand. Seriously, the Russians play stunk up the joint worse than hot 'gorbachev'. While Canadians wanted to hurry up 'andropov' the puck, our opposition seemed like they were 'russian' to go home. 7 pucks were 'kulacked' in the back of Ivans net. All I heard about before the game was that the Soviets were coming to Canada with 'malenkov' intent. In the end, the Canadians 'khrushcheved' the hopes and dreams of the serfs in the USSR.
Slovakia is the next team that has a date with Samson and the Guillotine. Domebeers prediction of a Canada vs Finland final is still intact. Just remember, you heard it hear first.
Furthermore, I think Peter Loubardias should be fired.