I'm Jess. I live in Connecticut/New York and I love my Rangers, but I grew up in Dallas, Texas and love my Stars.
I don't care what team you like as long as you like hockey and aren't a dick about it. :) If you're here to start shit you can back right off, I leave the fighting to the players.
I say really inappropriate things about hockey players.
I liveblog hockey games. Sometimes I tag it but most of the time I forget.
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Below is my collection of hockey players. This is not all of them, but these are the ones I've bothered to make pages for.
Hank Cally Carl Derick Chris Jamie Tyler Rick Kari Antoine
what you share with the world is what it keeps of you

things I don’t have patience for:

  • elevators that take too long
  • people who tag their hate
  • trains that are late
  • assholes with over-inflated senses of entitlement
  • to wait five minutes to let the food sit in the microwave after it’s cooked

nashrick:

Top 10 favorite current Rangers(in no particular order):

     ↳ Chris Kreider // #20

        (Stats as of April 17, 2014)

(via carlhagsy)

shermsalot:

What if AVs gum gets stuck in his beard tho

I understand that some people feel like it’s bad to celebrate someone for something that should just be normal being-a-good-person behavior, but this is a world where there are a lot of people who are NOT good people. And if you turn a cold shoulder and say “yes, you did the thing you were supposed to do but I’m not going to praise you for it because it’s really just something you should have been doing in the first place” that’s…not really helping anything? I am a firm believer in positive reinforcement and I’m not saying we should paint people out to be heroes for doing things that good people should do anyway, but I also don’t think we should just say “meh, well, yeah, you did the thing…but really, everybody should be doing the thing so whatever.” because we’re making little steps here and I don’t think refusing to recognize the little steps is a good way to make bigger ones. Knowing that the world should be a certain way isn’t going to make it BE that way. People DOING STUFF about it and standing up for things and trying to change them is what will change things and I think that’s something that should be celebrated and furthered along. 


tantantheglassman:

EVERYONE GO VOTE JAMIE FOR THE BEST PLAY

LIKE LITERALLY GO

SINCE EVERYONE SEEMS TO LOVE DALLAS NOW GO VOTE

YOU CAN LITERALLY VOTE EVERY 5 SECONDS

(via gwaciepotter)

hlundqvists:

christopherkreider:

hlundqvists:

bruinthecup:

erik karlsson responded to a message of mine and im not going to take a screenshot and post it.  take notes kids

because that somehow makes you superior to everyone how

because not everything karlsson says needs to be accompanied by a post saying “OH M YGOD I CANT BREHFELTE LIK OH MGOY GOD HE ANSWERED OHGO MY GOMYOGD HE THINKS ITS STUPID THAT PPL SAY OFFENSIVE THINGS ABT FANS WHO ARE GIRLS, SEE LOOK THAT VALIDATES THAT IT IS WRONG BECAUSE IT WASN’T BEFORE HE SAID ANYTHING!”

um, haha, sorry but when that one got posted it wasn’t to say “lol it wasn’t wrong before he said anything!!” it was to show to the female fans who have been struggling dealing with males telling them that they’re not “true” fans and should stop watching hockey that what those guys have been saying doesn’t need to have an impact on them because the actual players of the sport don’t think female fans are any less valid. it wasn’t a “omg he replied to me” post!!. it was a “look, women who have been told they don’t count, you do count” post.

I’d like to add onto this and say that I know this isn’t something that those of you with penises have probably ever really had to deal with but it IS a big deal for a professional hockey player to stand up for us because it IS a problem and it DOES happen. The hockey community on Tumblr is largely female and actually makes it look like less of an issue than it really is in the real world. I do hockey things AS A JOB and yet on my first day, I walked in and had three separate men say “are you a hockey fan?” and react with genuine surprise when I said yes. Of course it was wrong before he said anything, but don’t try to pretend like it isn’t a big deal to have somebody on the inside sticking up for us. Because it is. 

jamiebenn:

Dallas Stars: *arrive two periods late holding Starbucks*

(via glovesavebymason)