Guess who finally made it to the NBA?
Now, obviously if I’m a Buffalo girl, then it should follow that I’m a Sabres fan. And trust me, I am. With a healthy hatred for the Maple Leafs, Flyers, Bruins, and especially the Rangers. However, I feel it’s a little unfair to hold a hatred for the other NY team given that I live here, they’re seldom a threat, and they have a pretty cute goalie! Little older, but that’s never stopped me – meet Islanders goaltender Nick DiPietro.
The Stanley Cup Finals are set, and Lord Stanley’s Cup is about to be awarded to either the Chicago Blackhawks or Philadelphia Flyers. We here at Ladies… are in the mood to award another kind of hardware. That’s right, it’s time for the 2nd Annual Playoff Beard Awards!
Follow us after the jump to see if your favorite hockey hottie was a big winner or not.
Say it ain’t so, Sabretooth!
In all seriousness, I’m well aware that I’m known for whining just a bit. Can’t help it, all of my teams are, well, cursed you could say. So when one of them starts doing well, I get a little excited and decide after a holiday and birthday hiatus to dedicate an entire post to how hot my beloved Buffalo Sabres are, but never fear: I never count my chickens…
Yes, I’m alive. So I’ve been MIA for awhile; 7 classes will do that to you. But I have returned and I come with some hotness.
He may have some questionable taste in facial hair but Longoria is still a hottie.
The Bills won. The Yankees won. The Sabres have won their last 3 games. What could Buffalita possibly be complaining about this week? I’ll tell you, dear readers. Creepy facial hair is again spreading like a dirty mold across the most beautiful of faces as of late. Maybe it’s because the weather is changing. Maybe it’s because your team has incredibly weird traditions so you do stupid crap like growing your own chin-chilla because it’s the playoffs and you think you’re playing hockey. Whatever it is, the rule of the creeper is dawning…
Now that we are getting closer to the Stanley Cup Finals, I figured it was time we took a look at the one tradition that all teams seem to have: playoff beards. The playoff beard has grown from a traditional hockey practice to now a charitable cause, but that won’t stop us from critiquing how they look on the guys. As you’ll see, some of the boys (emphasis definitely on boys) should probably try to avoid the tradition, while others take it to a whole new level.
After the jump, help me hand out a different kind of postseason hardware.