Did NHL’s Labor Issues cause Google to BAN Dangeroushockey.com?

Has “Dangeroushockey.com” been banned from the internet?

Here we go again.  Never a stranger to controversy, Dangeroushockey.com appears to be in an epic battle with Web behemoth, “Google, Inc.”  We all know that many a worried parent accidentally end up on the infamous bloggers site querying the words “dangerous hockey” but to be ostracized by Google for this harmless coincidence is downright evil, no? Just ask blog owner Rocque Trem

“Fuck Google.  Their mothers all suck big-fat-giant elephant dicks.  Got that?” said an amused Tremaglio when informed that his non profit blog may indeed be shut down entirely if he doesn’t resolved this issue in a matter of days.  “Besides, we always have Yahoo, Infoseek and Lycos.com for Christ’s sake.”  Trem maintained that he and his team of unpaid interns are not affected by this band and that he’ll “get to the bottom of it and sort it all out.”

“I’ll jizz in Google’s lobby.”

Rumors that ex-NHLer hothead Matthew Barnaby were quickly put to sleep.  “Barnaby?  That fag?  He can’t even beat his wife’s new boyfriend up right, let alone spell Google.” smirked Trem.

“But we’ll look into it.”  Calls into Google were not returned.  Stay tuned, should be a fun battle.

About hockeyrocque

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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