Dangeroushockey mobbed by Emory University Ladies Soccer team?


Tho location was odd, the reason odder, the requester, oddly adorable.  So I’m sitting with a couple of business geeks from ESPN, having a BIG ad meeting, suddenly I’m approached by a young member of the Emory University ladies soccer team.

"We'd rather be playing on the ice with Dangerous!"

“Did you play for the Rangers?” She asked as I had my game worn Brandon Prust jersey on.  I replied, “Did you lose a bet?” She smiled and said “No” and continued to ask for the elusive hockey blogger’s autograph. Video

Minutes later we were all fast friends.  Posing for photos, exchanging wonderful dialog including but not limited to, the Guizetta (however you f’n spell it) Business School, my old client.  I have to say this was a critical turning point for the future of what once was, and should for all intensive purposes continue to be, the world’s greatest hockey blogger.

Getting a divorce is bad enough to stifle one’s creativity.  Getting children terrorized by the other side, is not only unacceptable, it’s simply sad.  Pathetic what people will stoop to for money.

Girls promised they "fight" like hockey players. So Bleed "Socckey" 🙂

So girls of Emory, you made my fucking day! Dangeroushockey.com is here for you and now your biggest fan.  Let’s go Eagles! Love DH.

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It will happen. Cleveland will win a Stanley Cup before any other major sport's trophy. While we admit we are not hockey bloggers that take themselves seriously, we do expect that ESPN hockey coverage needs challenged. It's time people take hockey seriously, and it ain't happening here. Great hockey, stats, scores, highlights. Um no. LOL
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2 Responses to Dangeroushockey mobbed by Emory University Ladies Soccer team?

  1. t says:

    it’s definitely time to have a contest for followers and likers to submit photographs of hot chicks in hockey jerseys. each month the person who submits the best pic gets a pair of tix to a game in their nhl city, courtesy of dangerous hockey
    lets get some good lookin broads on here

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