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He’s so hotttt (hot damn)
Make a dragon wanna retire man 


He’s so hotttt (hot damn)
Has 200 white people in an Ellen crowd dancing in unison


He’s so hotttt (hot damn)
He is a pseudo midget from Hawaii and can still pull of the Eazy-E look



He’s so hotttt (hot damn)
He will be the Michael Jackson of our generation (it’s true, I promise).




We are back in sunny LaLaLand for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.  Ron Barr tells us we are all equal going into Game 2.

The Kings draw first blood, with Robitaille putting one between the pipes on Richter.

The Robitaille goal is the difference after the First Period.

The Second Period comes and goes with no scoring.  The Goalie play has really been dialed up after Game 1.

The Captain puts the Rangers on the board by tying the game up less than 3 minutes into the Third Period.

Robitaille answers back quickly to put the Kings up once again.

With hope quickly fading for the Blueshirts, Mike Gartner comes up with a dramatic goal and ties the game up.

Shortly thereafter, Gartner scores the go-ahead goal.  Rangers up 3-2!

Mike Richter shuts down a late flurry to give the Rangers a 3-2 win, to ensure the flight to New York is a happy one.

***Real Life Note***:  So the Rangers are 2-0 in the NHL94 simulation, but 0-2 in the whole “Real Life Stanley Cup” thing.  So I guess I should be rooting for the Kings in Game 3 on NHL94.  See you all on Monday.