Sportscenter just did a parody feature on the infamous Harvey Hound/Craig McTavish "toungue-pulling" incident, that had me ROTFLMAO. Did anyone else catch it?
They set it up as a "Law and Order" style vignette, except they called it "Paw and Order". OK it may sound lame, but trust me, it was hilarious. The people interviewed included:
-Harvey Hound -Harvey's spouse (in silhouette) -a PETA activist -a Gene Simmons impersonator (toungue activist) -Triumph, the insult comic dog -Dr. Joyce Brothers
If you think the ESPN commercials and/or Triumph are funny, then you need to see this. I hope ESPN will rebroadcast it, or put it on espn.com. Hell they should put it on ESPN classic. It was THAT good. (a la the SNL Cowbell sketch)
"What do you mean 'Parts Unknown'? Are you telling me he doesn't have a social security number so we can track him down? How does he get a paycheck?" - G. Monsoon
I thought the same thing at first, but after hearing comments from Bettman and a few others, I can see why they suspended him. The league tries to portray a certain image, and they expect their players to uphold it, and Avery didn't.