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  1. The tweets are deleted now but shortly after the news broke I ended up on his wife's (verified) Twitter page and I don't have any screenshots but the few tweets that went out on that account were 1) A confession about her having an affair with bandmate Mike Shinoda... 2) A odd message regarding something along the lines of; "Chester was already dead before he hung himself, I have proof. 3) Something along the lines of denying that the account was hacked because that's the sense everyone had/has. The tweets are gone now so i suspect this account was obviously hacked. Jesus though, that's a pretty dark thing to do for a laugh, hacking a widow only hours after the death of her husband and trolling the public with crazy statements. Hope whoever did this has it coming.
  2. This lol. Can't let them start winning the psychological battles this young haha stay strong parents!
  3. Machine Gun Kelly just came out with his newest album "Bloom". Very diverse album all equally amazing. Check it out on spotify. I've been listening to the album on repeat since it came out on Friday,
  4. Was just a figure of speech, although I'm sure there are some people on these internets that would call that racist lol. Well let's see about Goldobin. His buddy just left and the Canucks drool. Hopefully he stays but I do not want my teams acquiring Russian born players. Yakupov has impressed me though he could probably be making major bank back home but he wants to play in the NHL. There is no way to tell and it's not worth the risk when you're investing in a player that more than likely is going to bail. We'll be fine this is just a temporary bummer.
  7. I love how everyone is jumping down Trump's throat. Have you guys seen the &^@#ing videos of the people who were gassed? Dead babies, women and men all innocent. Everyone is characterizing this as Trump starting WW3... Wake up.
  8. Does Laine get zero credit for making his line better? I'm no statistician but I guarantee anyone put on a line with Laine gets a huge boost of points. Also why did this not apply to Panarin last year? Yeah. Not saying this decides the winner but I don't think that's a very valid argument. I read an article actually showing the advanced stats of how each players linemates play with and without them on their line. Laine makes his teammates A LOT better than Matthews does. Here's the full article Here is the part I am talking about. This is actually quite an impressive stat.
  9. They just released more supply drop items. New sniper, Mac10(submachinegun) and a new assault rifle? I cant even keep up anymore haha. New gun kits/camos all that jazz. It's been fun. They also redid downpour to make it bright outside. I wish that was how it was normally I hate downpour its so damn dark lol.
  10. Just thought I would start a discussion about the ever so close race between the above players for the Calder Trophy. Thoughts? Lets all try and be as objective as possible. I'm a Winnipeg fan so I've obviously watched Laine a lot more and I know we all hate Toronto but yeah, lets do our best. Personally instead of me stating who I think is better I would prefer to just go over some of the arguments that were made for each player that I think are just stupid. Laine having VETERAN line mates so his numbers are less meaningful: OK well I guess Sheifele has been in the league now a few years and really started producing last season but give me a break. He is by no means a veteran player. Ehlers is also just coming out this year. Lately it's been Perrault so I would admit he is a veteran player but by no means is he an all star caliber guy... Give the kid some credit. He changes the dynamic of the team and makes his line mates better. Not the other way around. Also how Panarin win if this argument is valid? Not sure why this has only come up this year. Matthews is playing with actual rookies ok cool. They're very talented rookies so I don't get it. If his line mates were Matt Martin and Brian Boyle I would totally agree. This argument should not be a factor when people are weighing in on who deserves the nod. They play different positions, so their responsibilities will vary a bit. For example. Laine doesn't take face offs. I've seen a stupid amount of arguments that because Laine can't win face offs he is a lesser player lol. I won't even get into this one more because of how stupid it is. Also being a centre requires you to be more responsible defensively. Laine definitely needs to learn the defensive side of his game but lets be honest. That will come with time. I will give Matthews the defensive play edge but other than that everything is dead even. Except the numbers. Laine has produced better numbers in less games. I have heard straw man arguments about how Laine has some empty net goals but jesus christ are we really going there? The only reason it sounds like im a butthurt Jets fan is because nobody is really criticizing Matthews. He's getting his credit where its due. But the bias media and the massive amount of Leaf fans are coming out with some ridiculous arguments as I've stated above. Both teams won the lottery with these guys. Both teams got the player they needed. I just thought this has been a fascinating year for the rookie race. Anyways they both probably deserve the trophy but only 1 player can win it. What do you guys think?
  11. Also BOOTS ON THE GROUND. Very key for me to be at all interested. I am not a fan of the jumping around bs.
  12. The salt coming is real
  13. I think we just have total opposite opinions on this subject. They are choosing to be employed and play hockey knowing the rules and the risks involved. They are not forced to do this. I also think the league can do some improvement on the safety but I would move more towards making safer equipment, education and more punishment for illegal hits. The whole suicide thing is definitely an issue that needs to be addressed but again I think they can do it by having resources for players that struggle with mental illness whether it's caused by brain trauma, their upbringing etc or a combination of these factors. A lot of that had a lot to do with drug abuse and the league and some current/retired players are coming forward to help with this major issue. I would be shocked if people wouldn't take the deal I mentioned about taking 20 years off their lives to play hockey for a living and be wealthy and setup for their family by the time they turned 40. But that's just me. Would be very interesting to get a poll about that.
  14. That guy looked like some of the "retarded" kids that I grew up playing with. Looks like he barely knew how to skate. lol... derp
  15. We should just educate the athletes better on what type of injuries they can expect, and what head injuries can cause. I just don't think there are many players that would stop playing. The risk reward involved in hockey is well worth the risks. Hell, I played hockey as a hobby growing up and suffered a few concussions and I would never go back in time and not play to save myself from those. Was some of the most fun I'll probably ever have in my life. It was worth it without a doubt. If you told me that I could make millions of dollars between the age of 18-40 playing the sport I love but the other side of the deal would be it would take say 20 years off the end of my life I bet the yay would drown out the nays. These guys know what theyre signing up to nowadays. There is no need to change the game. Players will adapt.