My love for golf is no secret, but I wouldn’t allow even Tiger Woods to hit a ball out of any orifice on my body. Well, maybe for a $10 million, no $20 million. Hey I’m an American, I can be bought.
Anyways, it seems Dallas Star center Tyler Seguin, doesn’t harbor my same fears of having his testicle punctured by a golf tee. He let an unknown golf pro tee off from his crotch yesterday at The Fourth Period Golf Classic charity golf tournament.
As I always say, hockey players are the toughest sports athletes in the world, so why not let a random dude hit a ball of your nuts.
Penguins superstar center, Evgeni Malkin, is living his offseason to the fullest.
The Pittsburgh star posted a picture of himself swimming next to the largest animal in the ocean, a whale shark!
It’s a filter-feeding shark, so it’s relatively harmless to us humans, outside of its sheer size.
Luckily, he has photographic evidence to prove that this actually happened and now has an awesome memory.
Malkin has logged plenty of memorable offseason moments on his Instagram account recently. Two days ago, he posted a picture holding up a pair of impressive barracudas. And two weeks ago, posted a pic at the French Open.
The Los Angeles Kings won their second Stanley Cup in three years this past Friday night, and Kings fans everywhere celebrated Monday afternoon as the teams Championship Parade made its way through the streets of LA and onto Staples Center. One of those fans happen to be Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti who gave a speech to the crowd and decided to show his enthusiasm with a eloquently place f-bomb while toasting the fans with a bud light.
I don’t know about you, but the guy gets my vote when re-election comes around.
The Los Angeles won the Stanley Cup championship last night and celebrated on home ice with their fans. One of those fans was young woman walking on heels in the background of a newscast, when her wise choice of footwear gave out on her, sending the poor girl crashing to the ground face-plating on the ice . The woman in question is Hannah Hunsinger, a Kings ice girl:
“Yes, I am ok,” she told NBCLA after the game. “And you would think after skating on the ice, I would be ok with walking on it, but that wasn’t the case!”
The Los Angeles Kings are the 2013-2014 Stanley Cup champions. Alec Martinez scored 14:43 into double-overtime of Game 5 to give the Kings a 3-2 win and their second Cup in 3 seasons. Justin Williams was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as MVP.
Between the five games, there were two double-OT games and one single-OT game. You’ll be hard-pressed to see a 5-game series that close ever again.
The win caps off the longest playoff ever in NHL history. Down 3-0 in their first-round series against the San Jose Sharks, the Kings rebounded with four straight wins, then went on to battle the tough Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks to seven-game series victories.
Justin Williams was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy as the playoffs’ most valuable player for his continued success in clutch situations and key roles in advancing the Kings through each playoff round.