Win today and we will Walk together forever

Win today and we walk together forever

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…Is that Tazer cupping the back of Kaner’s head?

That’s Tazer cupping the back of Kaner’s head. And tugging on his shoulder to get his attention.

one hand on his favorite piece of silverware, the other on his favorite patrick - jonny is living the dream.

I’ve come to grips with at least half of the reason why I ship them is I don’t think anyone else deserves to be inflicted with their awful, but the other half involves feels and destiny and feelings about destiny and what losers they are about each other, and I don’t want to talk about it. :P 

(Source: leaderpool, via and-ice-cream-for-kaner)

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It looks like Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is going to experiment with his team’s wealth of talent to start the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
 An excerpt from every Blackhawks fans’ worst nightmare come to life

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but really though “i can’t be a kirk in this house, if you can show me I’ll stay” defines so much of his character. for jim being a kirk means fighting and fucking and abandoning up until the very end of your short life. his life has been showing sam how to stay, but sam isn’t here anymore.

I’m SO ANGRY this was taken out! This explain the goddamned changes between AOS Kirk and TOS Kirk!  TOS Kirk DID follow every rule, get good grades, and obey every order. It wasn’t until SO much later that he realized he didn’t have to. That sometime he could do better by not being who everyone told him to be. 

AOS Kirk is an angry kid who isn’t following the rules to spite. He’s trying to live up to what a Kirk is through his brother’s eyes. But he only ends up hating the name because he can never seem to be enough for it. 

TOS is James T. Kirk, passionate, but controlled, thoughtful and mature.

AOS is Jim Kirk, young, angry and living in the shadow of his own last name.

This one damned scene explains so much. This was an entirely different way of living. This isn’t just about his father dying. This is about when and how he realized he didn’t have to do the expected.

This is about WHY he became the reckless man we see in AOS. 

This one tiny scene shows us a motive for the wildness of AOS’ Jim Kirk. This takes it out of the realm of “he’s young and doesn’t understand why he has to play by the rules.” 

TOS Kirk ignores the rules because he knows they could be wrong, he knows it could make actions better.

AOS Kirk ignores the rules because he thinks he’s supposed to, he thinks it will make him better.

(Source: nyotas, via usscamelot)

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did you forget he’s a changed man since he left boston or?

he was undrafted when he made those comments so the hair taste is unrelated to location/team

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…so he was going to stand in one place, and then decided NO, Instead I will stand here and I must get all up in Kaner’s space and to move him. 

The continued adventures of people who are super fucking weird about each other continues to add new and baffling chapters all the time, seriously.  

Seriously, they are so fucking weird. Tazer’s sheer possessiveness over Kaner is especially noted.

 [meanwhile soupy is like oh ok whatever you guys do whatever…]++

(Source: peekaaboo, via fannishtalk)

Filed under so fucking cute Kaner love the way he grins at Jonny's pigtail pulling

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It’s been a journey, it’s been a long journey but all along the way, I had confidence that if I worked hard enough and played well enough, that I would be able to make it. If you really want something and if you work hard, sacrifice, and do what you need to do, you will get rewarded.

It happens.

(Source: seabsie, via mrskaneee)

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People follow a sport like hockey and they look for symbolism. They want the game to mean something. They want the game to matter. So to them, a fresh sheet of ice just after the zamboni’s laid its final spray of water presents the purest vision of possibility they could imagine. Skates being sharpened over and over and over again are meditation on perfection. And the routines and rituals that surround the rink are a language of dedication in need of no translation.  To them games aren’t meant to be seen they’re meant to be felt. Blood points a path directly to the heart. Sweat, a trail to the soul and tears, a connection to a conviction that people search for their entire lives. The ones that look for something more, believe in something more, are the ones that turn close games into unforgettable nights, who transform great players into heroes for all time. And who no matter what maintain unwavering faith in the incredible. They’re people out there who look at something like hockey and they want the game to matter. So it does. {x

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