Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by Rockettrudel, Feb 11, 2019.
Chara on the Habs would be the most bizarre thing ever.
Mario Lemieux - Dallas Stars
Bobby Hull - Atlanta Thrashers
Johnny Gaudreau - Colorado Rockies
What a weird thread.
James Neal as a Flame still looks weird to me.
Pavel Datsyuk on the Arizona Coyotes.
Ovechkin - Pittsburgh
Crosby - Washington
Marchand - Montreal
Wilson - whichever team Reaves is playing for
He was selected first overall
Probably score more goals than Lucic though...
Anyone good on the Coyotes
Brandon Manning in an Oilers jersey, oh wait..
I was just saying if Giroux ever landed in New Jersey I would buy his Devils jersey and wear it to every Flyers game in Philly that I could, even if the Devils aren’t playing that night.
Brodeur in a Blues jersey still makes me ill.
Hagelin looks so weird in a Kings jersey.
And it's not 2014 or anything like that. Visually, it's just strange. I don't know why.
Especially in a Senators or Islanders jersey.
Jarome Iginla in ANYTHING but a Flames sweater.
He was Mr. Flame as far as I am concerned, and while he did play for other teams, seeing the name "Iginla" on the back of Boston, Colorado, Pittsburgh, and ESPECIALLY a Kings sweater, just looked....wrong.
Also, Eric Lindros wearing Leafs and especially RANGERS gear.
Nuts, I tell you......
On that note, and thankfully completely fabricated, Scott Stevens wearing a FLYERS sweater!
Chara in Minny. Would look like a giant Christmas tree.
Still can’t see Lucic in the Oilers jersey. Doesn’t look right at all
Joe Thornton in a Kings jersey is the first to come to my mind.
Hank on any other team thank god that won’t happen. Also it was very strange when Cally went to Tampa and then again with McDonagh
John Tavares as a Leaf
Jack Hughes with Ottawa.
Gretzky was practically a Vancouver Canuck, but mamangement was ****ed in the head. Gretzky mentoring the young Sedin Sisters. Imagine.
Would have a better shot at a cup
Crosby as a capital. Just doesn’t make sense in my brain.
Separate names with a comma.