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Eric Staal’s First Skate with his son, Parker (x)

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toewsty:

Mom: is that a guy who is texting you so insistently?
Me:image

Are you happy with the trades that happened today? Send us a message and let us know your thoughts/feelings :)

that-hockey-life:

everyone after free agent trades: my team is not my team anymore

@ Ottawa Senators

that-hockey-life:

WHY DONT YOU JUST GIVE OUR WHOLE TEAM AWAY???

that-hockey-life:

Today July 1, 2014 the Ottawa Senators say goodbye to their 2001 2nd overall draft pick, valuable player for 14 season & captain for the 2013-2014 season following the departure of former captain Daniel Alfredsson. All the best in Dallas & look forward to a warm welcome at the Canadian Tire Center on January 29, 2015 when the Dallas Stars visit the Ottawa Senators. Thank you for all your years.

that-hockey-life:

IS ANYONE ELSE CRYING

that-hockey-life:

IS ANYONE ELSE CRYING

Hold on. Is that Karlsson account on tumblr actually him?
luca-ciampini

haha apparently it is :)

Jason Spezza has been traded to the Dallas Stars

patricpersson85:

I know that most people who follow me are fans of Erik but I want to take this opportunity to highlight my good friend Robin. I am so incredibly impressed by Robin who struggled for years to get where he is today. 
Sweden is a small country and it is impressive that in such a young age dare to move to a new country and bet everything on what you love to do and succeed! 
I hope Robin gets more confidence in the Senators next year and that we’ll see him in the cage for many years to come! 
Release the Lehner

patricpersson85:

I know that most people who follow me are fans of Erik but I want to take this opportunity to highlight my good friend Robin. I am so incredibly impressed by Robin who struggled for years to get where he is today.

Sweden is a small country and it is impressive that in such a young age dare to move to a new country and bet everything on what you love to do and succeed! 

I hope Robin gets more confidence in the Senators next year and that we’ll see him in the cage for many years to come! 

Release the Lehner