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  • SharkCircle 10:39 pm on July 25, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    A Handsgate Exclusive, Part III: One Squeeze For Luck, One Squeeze For Control, & One Quest For Line-mates 

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    A Handsgate Exclusive is my next blog-series which will tell an entirely fictitious story loosely inspired by the buttocks-grabbing controversy, AKA “Handsgate.” MAKE SURE YOU READ PART I and PART II FIRST if you haven’t! Here is part III. Click Here To Continue Reading Full Post!

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  • SharkCircle 8:05 pm on July 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    A Handsgate Exclusive, Part II: How To Make Squeeze & Influence People, From Soft Proofs To Highlight-Reel Rescues 

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    A Handsgate Exclusive is my next blog-series which will tell an entirely fictitious story loosely inspired by the buttocks-grabbing controversy, AKA “Handsgate.” It will be released in three parts. Here is part II. Click Here To Continue Reading Full Post!

     
  • SharkCircle 2:59 pm on July 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , NHL Fiction, NHL Humor, , NHL News, , ,   

    A Handsgate Exclusive, Part I: Collusion, Nostalgia, And Canadian Ro-Sham-Bo 

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    A Handsgate Exclusive is my next blog-series which will tell an entirely fictitious story loosely inspired by the buttocks-grabbing controversy, AKA “Handsgate.” It will be released in three parts. Here is part I.

    DISCLAIMER: All the events and dialogue portrayed come from my own lively imagination and are not real. The police officers in this story are not real-life police officers. I made up their names, personalities, and dialogue. The entire story is a fictional joke. It is not meant to represent actual events, or the actual dialogue or beliefs of any real people. It is using one funny thing that allegedly happened in the hockey world and then making an entirely fictitious story out of it with fake dialogue. With that in mind, the spelling is intentional as well. I don’t know any NHL players and so have no way of representing their personalities or beliefs accurately. It’s all fiction. It’s all a joke. Yeah yeah, jokes have to be funny. At the least, it’s all fiction. Want to make that clear. Good.

    With the rumors that Claud Gireaux was arrested recently for allegedly grabbing the buttocks of a male police officer, many out there in the hockey community (and maybe some other communities) have wondered what exactly happened.

    Luckily, I have sources on the inside in, well, wherever this supposedly happened, Philadelphia probably, and I’ve heard a detailed account of the fateful events that took place that day, revealed here in a behind the scenes Shark Circle exclusive. Click Here To Continue Reading Full Post!

     
  • SharkCircle 4:16 am on February 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Dean Lombardi, , , GM Pierre Mcguire, Ken Holland, , , NHL Humor,   

    A Lot Can Change In 10 Years, A Look At The NHL in Year 2022 

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    Have you ever wondered what life will be like 10 years from now? What about the National Hockey League? Luckily, I have the answer to the more important of those two questions, and have decided to give my readers a peep through the looking-glass. Where will the NHL be in 10 years? Suffice it to say, a lot can change. Read on to find out. (Note: this was written five days ago, before the Kyle Quincey and Jeff Carter trades).

    February 20th, 2022, Sports Section of ‘The Shark Circle Times,’ the world’s leading newspaper. The article is titled “Weekly NHL News Update,” a fair example of the creativity that helped propel ‘The Shark Circle Times’ to the lofty heights of being the galaxy’s most successful paper.

    • With the San Jose Sharks looking to bolster their roster at the trade deadline in the hopes of winning their sixth straight Stanley Cup, Sharks’ fans are anxious to see what GM Doug Wilson has up his sleeve. Unfortunately, Doug Wilson was unavailable for comment when I tried to reach him, but his secretary Dean Lombardi did make himself available to reporters, stating that if the right deal came along to improve the team, his “superior” (he probably just meant his boss, but reporters are not ruling out a Freudian slip) would definitely consider it. CONTINUE READING FULL POST

     
    • LoganCoutureFansite 4:39 am on February 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Hilarious, loved it! But if Logan Couture gets a concussion I’ll remember that you jinxed him 🙂

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      • SharkCircle 4:42 am on February 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply

        I’m glad you liked it, even in spite of the comment on Couture. To be fair, he did draw the penalty that helped the Sharks beat Detroit. But glad you liked it, and I wouldn’t worry about Couture. I have no idea how he got injured in juniors. Not that people hit him much anymore in the NHL, I think the Sharks play in a very clean/non-physical division, but even when he does get himself in bad spots, or someone hits him bad, like Colton Orr last year, he just never seems to get hurt.

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