Stay classy Cindy.

Post by: Pepe Crosby on April 15th, 2012 | File Under 87 Videos


Q: When you knocked Voracek’s glove on the ice and hit it away was that just out of frustration?

“I don’t like any guy on their team there. It was near me and he went to pick it up and I pushed it.”

Q: Why don’t you like them?

“I don’t like them, because I don’t like any guy on their team so.”

Q: The fighting and such was that you trying to spark their team a little bit?

“Yea, guys are emotional and there is a lot of stuff going on out there. There is no reason to explain. I don’t have to sit here and explain why I pushed a glove away they are doing a lot of things out there too. You know what, we don’t like each other. Was I going to sit there and pick up his glove? What was I supposed to do?”

Q: You could skate away.

“Skate away? Oh well I didn’t that time.”

You skated away every other time, pussy..

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Another gutless performans by Crosby.

Post by: Pepe Crosby on April 15th, 2012 | File Under 87 Hall of Shame, 87 Videos

What a pussy. All talk.

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Cherry takes issue with Crosby for style of play

Post by: Pepe Crosby on April 10th, 2012 | File Under 87 Hall of Shame

“A long time ago when Crosby was coming out, I tried to warn him (to) ‘quit diving, quit whining.’ (Then) I was the worst guy in the world … and all I was trying to do was help him,” Cherry said.

“All I said was stop whining, stop diving and snapping the head back.”

But he didn’t listen, eh?


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Mike Milbury calls Sidney Crosby ‘little goody two shoes’

Post by: Pepe Crosby on April 3rd, 2012 | File Under 87 Hall of Shame

Former NHL head coach and general manager Mike Milbury labelled the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby a “goody two shoes” after Sunday’s brawl between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Penguins.

Tempers were raging and Flyers coach Peter Laviolette had to be restrained from going after Penguins coach Dan Bylsma in the last few minutes of the game. Penguins forward Joe Vitale levelled Daniel Brière shortly after the ensuing faceoff, starting a brawl between all 10 players on the ice.
Milbury slammed Crosby for “adding drama to the game,” saying that Crosby was hardly the “perfect gentleman.” Shortly before the fight, Brayden Schenn cross-checked Crosby.

“Little goody two shoes goes into the corner and gives a shot to Schenn,” Milbury told Philadelphia radio station 94WIP. “Schenn was late to the party, he should have turned around and drilled him right away, but I guess better late than never.

“So you know, Crosby gets cross-checked, big whoop,” Milbury said of the hockey star who sat out games for more than a year after a concussion.

“He said after he came back from his 35th concussion, ‘I’m not going to do this any more, I’m not going to get into these scrums, I’m going to stay away from that stuff,’” Milbury continued. “He couldn’t help himself because there’s a little punk in Crosby. He’s not the perfect gentleman. He’s not the sweet kid you see in interviews with his hat pulled down over his eyes. I’d say screw him, hit him.”

Click here for full article on miss little goody two shoes..

Oh, and welcome back Cindy. We missed you so much


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Jeremy Roenick is sick of hearing about Sidney Crosby’s brain

Post by: Pepe Crosby on October 12th, 2011 | File Under 87 Videos

Well said JR !!!

“Just don’t interview him anymore. I know he’s the best player in the league, the best player in the world,” Roenick said. “Head shots are very, very difficult. I’m not saying he’s not hurt. There’s no question. I’ve been hit very, very hard. I understand what concussions are all about. You have to be very concerned about this. But enough.”

No one is saying Roenick is insensitive to the current concussion issue that is gripping hockey and various other sports. He just doesn’t want reporters asking Crosby about it until he’s playing.

“Get on the ice, let’s get going. … Let’s start hitting. Let’s get back in,” Roenick said. “I don’t wanna hear every day ‘How’s your head? How’s your head? How’s your head?’ I don’t wanna watch Sidney Crosby tell me every single day how there’s nothing new to report. Enough already.”

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Grapes on ” Mario the pussy “

Post by: Pepe Crosby on February 20th, 2011 | File Under 87 Hall of Shame

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Garry Bettman to players “Get out of Crosby’s way”

Post by: Pepe Crosby on January 10th, 2011 | File Under 87 Hall of Shame

Cindy’s 2 cents on what other players should do:

“On the Steckel one, it’s tough. It’s really tough to decide if he meant to or didn’t mean to. I feel like he could have gotten out of the way and avoided me”

“He sees the whole ice and he doesn’t avoid me. I don’t think that’s responsible on his part.”

Cindy, did you forget what sport you signed up to play? Its fucking hockey, not curling.. Jesus, what a pussy.



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David Steckel commits crime against the humanity. Charges in Canada pending.

Post by: Pepe Crosby on January 4th, 2011 | File Under 87 Videos

Garry must have been pissed …


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Crosby is now an underrated player

Post by: Pepe Crosby on November 22nd, 2010 | File Under 87 Hall of Shame

Not enough attention for poor baby Cindy

Think of the three greatest hockey players in the world.

Regardless of who you think ranks where in that top three, and how you feel about him personally, I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that Sidney Crosby(notes) doesn’t make your list.

Instead, dopes like you, if you’re a fan of Alex Ovechkin(notes) or Steven Stamkos(notes) or — in Alex Semin’s case — Patrick Kane, you are the reason there is sadness in the world, because, “Crosby is now an underrated player,” according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

The reason for this criminal underrating, obviously, is that Crosby has won just one MVP award since he entered the league five years ago. In that time, he’s ranked sixth, first (his MVP year), 31st (when he missed 29 games and still got 72 points), third and second in the league in scoring. He’s also been the youngest captain of a Stanley Cup winner and won Olympic gold and become the most well rounded player in the game. He’s also the reason the Penguins will soon be the first team to play in two Winter Classics.

And, because the hockey world doesn’t fall all over itself praising his game, building statues to his effervescent mixture of undeniable skill and raw competitive nature, and foreswearing all other hockey names but his, you all just don’t properly value the contributions Crosby has made daily to enrich our pitiful lives.

(Coming Up: Lambert addresses his feud with Blue Jackets fans; Komisarek thinks he’s still a Hab; Pat Lalime’s LOL moment; Marc Savard’s(notes) comeback; rethinking the Chris Botta controversy; an odd new Duck; the tremendous Pat Burns tribute; the Pavel Datsyuk(notes) and Henrik Zetterberg(notes) conundrum; Lou Lamoriello’s ticking clock; Maple Leafs quiz show; the most underwhelming trade in HF Boards history; and did the Blackhawks run up the score on Vancouver?)

Says Tribune-Review writer Rob Rossi, the author of this wonderfully enlightening piece:

“Still, even off to the best goal start of his career (14 in 21 games) and with 10 of the 25 individual multipoint games recorded for a club with a bottom-third power play, Crosby is not the quarter-pole favorite for MVP.”

Shocking specificity in the need to find multi-point night stats aside, Rossi raises an interesting point: Crosby has more goals to date than he has through 21 games at any point in his career; so why would we not unanimously vote him MVP if the season ended today?

My theory, and it’s only a theory, is that it’s because Johnny-Come-Lately flavor of the month fluke chump Steven Stamkos has been in everyone’s OPINION, the best player in the NHL this season. I mean, if I had to come up with a reason so obviously stupid and wrongheaded.

Says Rossi of Stamkos, he’s “the NHL leader through Friday in goals and points, according to rankings by and USA Today. Those are subject to personal bias - not that Hart Trophy voting by select members of the Professional Hockey Writers Association eliminates that possibility.” Yes that’s right, his 19 goals and 34 points through 20 games (as opposed to Crosby’s heroic 14 and 33 through 21) are subject to personal bias. Yours, against Crosby, specifically.

What you IDIOTS out there don’t seem to understand is that Crosby has eight goals and 18 points in his last eight games! Don’t you see now, how wrong you are? Where’s your Stamkos now? With just eight goals and 14 points in his last eight games, it should be pretty clear that he isn’t fit to hold Crosby’s equipment bag.

But not only that! Crosby has also made the players around him better, says Rossi. The reason Marc-Andre Fleury(notes) is playing better now isn’t that he almost couldn’t play any worse, it’s because Crosby publicly supported him. And why Evgeni Malkin’s(notes) got 10 points in the last five games. Stamkos hasn’t done anything to make the players around him better. That’s just a fact.

But you’ll soon see that Crosby is not only the greatest player alive, but also the best among those no longer living. In fact, he will also prove himself to be the best player in most other sports as well. He hasn’t even been putting out a top effort most nights this season, just to lull you into a false sense of security.

Just wait ’til he turns it on for real. Then you can come crawling back to me with your apologies.

“Steven Stamkos is having the best year in the league right now and that’s why Crosby doesn’t deserve the Hart Trophy.” Don’t make me laugh.



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Crosby picks another “fight” This time its with Niskanen

Post by: Pepe Crosby on November 5th, 2010 | File Under 87 Videos

at least it was the face he was trying to hit, not the genitalia.

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