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I know… I know… I know what you’re thinking. I also know what you could be thinking right now, if, you know, I’d written this blog like a normal person: Crosby or Malkin number one?
But I didn’t so you’re not, because really, where’s the fun in that?
No. Instead, I thought, “I should do a top 50 players list for each position in the NHL,” but then because I’m special, something inside me connected “fifty” to “fifteen,” a never-before-realized, almost arbitrary connection between two completely separate numbers that only my unique mind could decipher, and then from “fifteen” I thought “freshman fifteen,” and from there I was like, since I’ve never done a top-50 players ranking list before, this is kind of my “freshman effort” at doing so, as they say, so why don’t I just call it “Shark Circle’s Freshman Fifty” to sound super cool and impress everyone for being so smart?
And there you have it, folks. I’ve literally just given you a personal account of brilliance, of the internal process behind brilliant ideas coming to pass. And the most amazing part of this story that has almost too many amazing parts to count is that I bet if actual college freshmen who have gained fifteen pounds their first year of college read this, they will be so… flabbergasted… yes, flabbergasted! They will so flabbergasted by the brilliance of it all, by the layers, the patterns, the ne’er-before deciphered codes and connections, that it will be like the first time people saw motion pictures in movie theaters and thought a real train was coming at them, and they will literally lose those fifteen pounds on the spot just through the magically relaxing stressful release of experiencing unprecedented brilliance first hand.
And they say there is no quality control on the internet! Hah! That’s ridiculous!
No quality control… gets me every time. Idiots. Don’t know what they’re talking about. The internet is all about quality.
But enough screwing around. Here’s my top-50 list of NHL centers:
1. Mike Ribeiro
2. Steve Ott
3. Cody Hodgson
4. Adam Burish
5. Alexei Yashin CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING FULL POST