Hurricanes’ Awful Season Actually Protest Against Working Overtime [HUMOR]

November 9th, 2009 by Aaron Tom Leave a reply »
PLEASE NOTE:  The following article is entirely a work of fiction.  The player quotes used in the following article were created entirely by the author, and in no way should they be mistaken for real quotes.  All views and opinions expressed within are solely the viewpoint of the author, and do not reflect the views or opinions of the Carolina Hurricanes or the National Hockey League.


Putting to rest the belief that the Carolina Hurricanes terrible start to the 2009-10 season was merely a mix of incompetent offense, embarrassing defense, and abysmal goaltending, sources within the organization have revealed that the true reason is that the 'Canes feel like they should get summers off.

"It's just ridiculous," Hurricanes forward Erik Cole declared.  "We've already got the longest schedule of any of the main sports, so why should we want to do well?  Just so we can make the season longer?  And for a piece of metal?  Come on, it's just not worth it."

Cole is but one of many players on the team who agree with this philosophy, including defenseman Tim Gleason.

"The playoffs...they're overrated," Gleason starts.  "I can see ...

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