Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by caley, Sep 15, 2018.
Well, that sucks. Laval really needs this guy. Can't believe NJ put in a claim.
Agostino used to part of the Pens organization. Of course NJ was going to.
Pierre LeBrunVerified account @PierreVLeBrun 9m9 minutes ago
Chaput (Montreal) on waivers today.
Chaput, is Kaput in Montreal.
> Chaput on waivers
FFS Montreal, this Sens fan didn't need the heart attack this afternoon.
You pronounce kaput ka-poo?
Something to possibly keep an eye on
loved watching Frk in Halifax. His shot always seemed to get thru goalie...heavy shot.
Come back when you get some vowels!
Different home countries, ~5 year age difference, but I always confuse Frk w Ek
Cm bck whn y gt sm Frk'n vwls
Detroit needs to quire Ek so they can a run a Ek - Ehn - Frk line.
I had been waiting all year for the wings to roll out the lines of:
the dream is dead
I like the sound of Frk-Ehn-Ek better
If they make that acquisition, they have to run a Frk-Ehn-xxx line for puck drop at least once for s***s and giggles.
I mean, how do you pass up calling the Frk'Ehn xxx line. Imagine the marketing value if they can find a name pronouced "Eh". They'd be the most Canadian line EVER.
“Eh” is just a US late show stereotype. Not used in the vast majority of Canada. There would be no marketing value whatsoever. Moving on.
Not sure about marketing value but just about every non-western Canadian I knows says "eh"
I say "eh"...
not after every sentence, and I may say its grown a little out of favour, but its still real
o e a e ou o o e u i o e !
It's quite common in western Canada too.
Haha, well there ya go...Haven't been out there so wasn't too sure if it's as common to hear. Still going strong I guess!
Wait, what's the u?
A naughty word... along with the i.
Not sure what part of Canada you're from, but I know I've heard it used on a semi regular basis in the Yukon, BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan during work stints there. Also in Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland/Labrador while travelling during multiple summers.
As Uncleben says, it's not quite as common as it used to be, and not as bad as the US stereotype makes it seem!
Really should have read “Frk clrd “
Separate names with a comma.