cheese like gouda

toewscrosby:

"it’s always an honor, for any league wide award…." -JT on his Selke nomination, 04.24 x

figurants:

some people were born today. hello babies welcome to the earth. you missed a bunch of stuff while you were busy not existing. jbiebs did some things you would not believe

"I love it and I love being where I am." (x)

4.23.14: Patrick Kane scores the overtime winner and really wants his hug.

"That’s, ya know, something when you kinda grow up with someone and you’re together for this long and know someone for this long, I think it helps when you play with each other on the ice" -Patrick Kane on playing with Jonathan Toews  4/22/14

Harry at the Los Angeles Kings Game - 22 April

Sharpy’s the worst.

febricant:

the preeminent Ezra of his time


"This week while the team was on the road, myself and Jonny skated here. Got some contact (…) just to kind of gauge ourselves where we’re at - tried to feel each other out a little bit." — Patrick Kane, 4/14/14 (X) (X)

"This week while the team was on the road, myself and Jonny skated here. Got some contact (…) just to kind of gauge ourselves where we’re at - tried to feel each other out a little bit."

— Patrick Kane, 4/14/14 (X) (X)

At the centre of it all, quite literally, was Gerrard; the boy from Huyton who was raised a Red, idolised John Barnes, dreamt of being Steve McMahon, lost a family member in what remains the saddest, most hurtful chapter in Liverpool’s history and had dedicated his adult life to representing not just his club but also his city. Of course he cried at the end, and of course it was him who told those around him to keep going. After all, he’s kept going ever since he was 18.

The scrawny substitute of November 1998 has become a man, leader, icon and force of nature in front of our eyes and now stands on the brink of his crowning achievement. Forget Istanbul ’05 and Cardiff ’06; this is the one Gerrard really wants, the one you believe he would swim through lava and dance through broken glass for.

Outsiders don’t get it. Those from Salford sing about how Gerrard handed in a transfer request but seem to have conveniently forgotten that, 24 hours later, he took it back and chucked it in the bin, that for all his doubts he ultimately knew, in his heart of hearts, that Liverpool was the only club for him. His is a cause, not a career, and now, 16 years after he replaced Vegard Heggem against Blackburn on a cold afternoon at Anfield, Gerrard stands on the brink of achieving it all. x

toewslake:

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