Time to Step Back & Have Some Fun With Puns

Matt ReedContributor IMay 19, 2010

DALLAS - APRIL 08:  An NHL logo on a goal at American Airlines Center on April 8, 2010 in Dallas, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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It's playoff time here at TRR and around the league. Everyone is tense,
stressed and at each others throats debating the latest missed call that
cost a team the game. To be inappropriately unique which I enjoy doing,
I've decided to step back and bring the fun back to hockey. So, for the
moment let's forget about playoffs and take a look at all the dumb,
terrible, corny puns and one-liners about the players. I claim none of
these as my own creation except those specifically mentioned.


Sooo as promised here are a parade of one-liners that may or may not make
you laugh.


Did Jussi that?


Is he the whole kit and Caputi? (A TRR Original)


I knew he'd score...Sutter or later.


And Khabibulin made a save with his right khabi...or was it his left
bulin?


I could go on and on about Salming but I don't want to be a Borje.


That's Krejci talk.


May-day! May-day!


Chicago is Bolland over the Sedin pins (A TRR Original)


Even if injuries end it prematurely, Paul's had a good Kariya.


The population of Pominville goes up by one!


My all-time favourite...Hi I'm Pavel, it's nice Demitra!


Now that you have overdosed on corny hockey humor, tell me, which one is
your favourite? Share it.

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