It did happen, on Saturday night. Unfortunately Manute's feet didn't fit his size 16 1/2 skates too well so he didn't play a shift, but he did skate in the pre-game warm up (think new born giraffe) and he sat on the bench throughout the game.
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Originally posted by canuckloverIt did happen, on Saturday night. Unfortunately Manute's feet didn't fit his size 16 1/2 skates too well so he didn't play a shift, but he did skate in the pre-game warm up (think new born giraffe) and he sat on the bench throughout the game.
according to tuesday's washington post, he buggered off back home, so apparently he quit...
(edited by rikidozan on 21.11.02 0137) Wrestling has been rhyming with ass. I miss shows and it makes me all shades of ambivalence. WWE is starting to suck again. The crops? Jeezum Spice! Someone stole my crops. What in the ham fat is going on. That's just poo-doo! That's just my 2.4856 Yen.
This is an insult to hockey, as far as I'm concerned. Pretty rediculous. You KNEW the guy wasn't going to play. It was rediculous, pointless, and people who bought tickets to see him should feel ripped off and get their money back. Utter crap.
But yet, nobody has a problem with him fighting "The Fridge" on Celebrity Boxing? He will do anything for money to free his people in Sudan from a Taliban-like rule. That's where all of his money playing basketball went. So at least it's for a noble cause. Besides, we all knew he was just going to play in practice. Plus, minor league hockey does anything for ticket sales. A local Ft. Worth team had a "Triple H night" and a night where they sold the whole entire arena out to a local private school both in the same month. They need crazy gimmicks to stay afloat
I loved him like a father. And he betrayed me like a betrayer! -Dale Grible
I haven't seen so many fun games to watch in a long time. The Hawks/Ducks game that just ended was action packed with rough checking, some real tough play in the corners and some amazing stickwork, not to mention Patrick Kane and Corey Perry.