HERE THERE BE SPOILERS. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED.
It’s been over week since I’ve seen Avengers: Infinity War, and like most I’m still trying to piece together my thoughts about it, and reconcile how it made me feel. I enjoyed the movie for the most part, even though there are some things that I didn’t necessarily like, or don’t agree with. But at the end of the day, I think Marvel did the best they could with the story that they wanted to tell.
If you didn’t read last week’s post about the first half of my hottest goalies in the NHL list, you should do that now. It’s not only necessary context for this post, but it contains hot guys, and who would turn that down?
Have you ever watched a hockey game and wondered what’s behind that goaltender’s mask? The surprising answer a lot of the time? Hotness.
Whether the position of netminder inherently attracts the kind of hockey players who have good faces, or those goalie masks are simply doing their job and protecting teeth and noses, there are a large number of goaltenders presently playing in the NHL who are incredibly nice to look at.
It can be a moment that catches you off guard, like when they lift their...
Along with talent, some of the players bring something else to the table as well – looks to send fangirls and fanboys’ hearts swooning, and give fodder to the argument that women only like hockey because the players are cute (which you are absolutely within your right to shut down because heaven forbid you like a player who is also attractive).
“It won’t go in.”
I’m sitting on the toilet in the bathroom, my boyfriend is standing just outside the door. He doesn’t really offer any suggestions, he has none to give. All he can muster is, “That sucks.”
“It does suck.”
Tumblr’s boyfriend and Romanian dreamboat Sebastian Stan is a star on the rise lately, as he rightly should be! Having recently landed his first leading role in the political drama, The Last Full Measure, with Samuel L. Jackson, Stan is well on his way to becoming one of the greatest actors of our generation. He is an actor who can convey so much with just his eyes, as made evident in his performance as Winter Soldier in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The name Kathleen Kennedy should be a household one, and yet despite being third only to Steven Spielberg and Stan Lee in domestic box office receipts your average movie fan is not likely to have even heard of her.
Casey Affleck has been getting a lot of press lately, and not necessarily for the greatest of reasons.
I realized that I actually liked my pubic hair. Not that it’s a favourite feature of mine or anything, but I much prefer to maintain it to my standards than anyone else’s. My current partner, bless him, loves every inch of me, loves me just the way I am – as any partner should. And even if he didn’t, I wouldn’t care. My body is my own, no one else’s. I’m the one that has to live in this flesh and hair suit, I’m the one that’s going to decide how I want it to look.
The dump and chase mentality of the Minnesota Wild may have been fruitful in the past, but it’s time for the team to work on their offense in earnest.
The Avalanche and Bednar have been laying the groundwork for having a successful season, which will hopefully bear more fruit than previous seasons under the tutelage of Patrick Roy, who departed from the team in August.
Before getting hurt on November 25, Price was the top goalie in the NHL. He posted two shutouts in winning nine of his first eleven starts for the Canadiens last fall. He was 10-2-0 with a 2.06 goals-against average and a 0.934 save percentage. Though he was initially predicted to be out for only six weeks, his absence stretched into six months.
The 20-year-old (19 when he began playing for the Red Wings in 2015) from Waterford, Michigan gave fans of the Red Wings something to cheer about all season. He became the first Red Wings teenager since Steve Yzerman in 1983 to score in his first NHL game. He was named Rookie of the Month in November 2015, leading all rookies with 7 goals. He was the third rookie from the Red Wings chosen to play in the NHL All-Star Game, setting a record for the fastest skater with a time of 13.172 seconds, breaking Mike Gartner‘s record set twenty years earlier.