We spoke earlier today about the Snack Goal principle, our explanation for that curiously frequent occurrence where the Canucks lose their shutout bid within the final ten minutes of games, and we made sure to point out that it wasn’t a Luongo-only phenomenon: Cory Schneider’s in on it too. Of course, that’s the only time during any game when Cory Schneider’s even remotely forgiving of shots in his direction. Try to score on him any other time, and he will kill you.
Case in point, this photo of Schneider running down Detroit Red Wings forward Darren Helm. That’s some Charles Bronson-style vigilantism right there. Silly Schneider, the Canucks don’t kill people, they strike back on the powerplay. Didn’t you know that?
Yeah. I find this photo odd.
Now normally, here’s where I do a photoshop to underscore my observations, say, by putting, like, a baseball bat or a Chinese broadsword in Schneider’s hands. But, @moto_mayhem is way ahead of me, and he’s been kind enough to do my work for me.
Granted, he may have a slightly darker vision than I do. This is gruesome.
I dunno, man, taking a chainsaw to a guy seems against the rules, but that’s just me, and I don’t much care for fighting either.
As usual, additional (and perhaps less violent) photoshops are encouraged.Tags: Cory Schneider, detroit red wings, I Find this Photo Odd, violence, We have awesome readers