Last night the unimaginable happened. Something so remarkable yet eloquent that it could make Hulk Hogan shed a tear. Jonathan Bufford Scott scored his second goal of the season, which is a career high for him, might I add.
I cannot wait to get this one on a shirt as well.
IT'S HERE pic.twitter.com/5S3c9G18Ne— SJ (@stace_ofbase) January 27, 2015
Two goals. Career high. Pretty impressive, if you ask me. Let's take a look at some players who are also in the two-goal club!
Some of these players for a lack of a better word are...surprising to be on such a prestigious list with John Scott. Others well, they frankly deserve it. Did anyone have any idea that Brenden Morrow was still in the NHL?
Now let's look at some players who have scored less goals than John Scott!
Obviously the funniest person on that list is Ryan Suter. He is currently getting paid 11 million per year aka 11 million per goal scored for the Minnesota Wild. Good contract guys, you really locked up something special there. Sadly, the Wild have him signed for the next 11 years so other teams will have to try and find players who can score one goal.
Ryane Clowe should have retired.
I understand why Florida has kept Shawn Thornton around and he doesn't need to score goals, due to grit and also being able to count how many goals they need to catch up when losing---two important things.
Manny Malhotra should have retired.
Rob Scuderi should have retired.
Deryk Engelland is getting paid 8.7 mil over 3 years.
I leave you with some recycled John Scott photoshops!
San Jose Sharks @ Vancouver Canucks
Mr. Roger's Arenahood
Well last night's game didn't really go to plan, but hey, it's for the greater good. I would say that I hope Vancouver gets a point out of this one but fuck Vancouver. Sharks win, 2-1. Goals from John Scott and Scott Hannan.
Setting the Tone:
Tweet of the Day:
Must be a lot of snow in Winnipeg this year. pic.twitter.com/U1WDL39Nu3— Graphic Comments (@GraphicComments) February 4, 2015
Awful Hockey Tattoo of the Day:
I hope she haunts your dreams