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Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight – December 29

Running a bit behind due the tragic crapping out of Fels’s keyboard (SKY POINT), no doubt due to the fist slamming we’ve all been doing over the Jackson Pollock in Poo version of the Blackhawks we’ve been stuck with this year. Have a look.

First Screen Viewing

Predators at Wild (7 p.m.)

Fresh off a win against St. Louis to end a three game losing streak (0-2-1), Nashville heads up to the tundra of contiguous America in an effort to widen the gap between themselves, and the Jets and Blues. Nashville continues to lead the Central Division on the backs of Forsberg the Better, Kevin Fiala, and the Most Electrifying Man in Sports, P.K. Subban. Shit Hip looks to get the start in the first game of a home and home, and tonight’s game away from Music City on national TV will spare us the piss yellows. Devan Dubnyk gets his first start in six games after suffering an injury in the lower body area, which in this cold is applicable to everyone. Minnesota holds a tenuous grasp on the last wild card spot and will undoubtedly bore their way through the dregs of the season, as is tradition.

Second Screen Viewing

Blues at Stars (7:30 p.m.)

If for nothing else than because the Hawks are looking up at both of them in the standings with little time to spare. The Bishop! will go in his sixth straight after earning the Stars six points over their last five. The Blues, sans Jabe O’Meester, can leap over the Preds in the standings with a win and a Preds loss (though with three games in hand), driving the stake of this mediocre Hawks season further into our hearts. The Blues have only managed two points in their last five games, which means they’ll likely come out spitting, snorting, and dragging their dicks around like John Lackey at a Texas Roadhouse happy hour. With any luck, the sun will explode during this game and we can all clap about the stars at night shining so big and bright that both teams come out losers.

Other Games

Buffalo at New Jersey (6:00 p.m.)

Columbus at Ottawa (6:30 p.m.)

New York Rangers at Detroit (6:30 p.m.)

Philadelphia at Tampa (6:30 p.m.)

Pittsburgh at Carolina (6:30 p.m.)

New York Islanders at Winnipeg (7:00 p.m.)

Toronto at Colorado (8:00 p.m.)

Calgary at Anaheim (9:00 p.m.)

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