Yes, Cameron Village.Piccola Italia in Camero...errr!...Village District (the new name still cracks me up with its unintentionally hilariously over the top genericness), right? That place is good too. A Raleigh institution. My wife used to eat lunch there all the time when she worked at that library. In fact, we may even had a NYE dinner or two there before we headed out on the town. I know, we're so fancy.
Anyone remember Maximus Super? A friend in our circle would shotgun those babies. Was a freak!When I turned 18 in 1978, we started the summer drinking Molson Golden for about $2.35 a 6 pack. We stepped down to Miller’s version of Loewenbrau at about $1.80 a 6 pack. But the end of the summer we were drinking Beer. Generic beer in a pony bottle, with a label that came off easily when wet, brewed in a grubby brewery in Wilkes-Barre, PA. It was only sold at A&P supermarkets and was $0.99 a 6 pack. There was a bar we hung out at that sold Genesee Cream Ale for $0.40 a mug.
He was 15th in the shootout for a reason, he only had 33 goals in 691 regular season games, with a season high of 7 for Vancouver in 2002-03. He had a total of 6 goals, 2 each season, for the Rangers. So to me, that makes it even more amazing at how effortlessly he pulled it off.It still amazes me how effortlessly Malik pulled that move off to perfection. You see some of the skilled players pull off between the legs shots and succeed somewhat routinely now, but back 15 years ago there weren't too many players daring to attempt that shot.
True, once upon a time, Wesley was an offensive dman, with 16 goals in each of his last 3 seasons in the WHL and then scoring 77 goals in 7 season with the Bruins. He only scored 51 more in his 13 seasons with the Whalers/Canes, with only 5 In his last 5 seasons, covering 354 games.You guys are old enough to remember how well Glen Wesley could do stick handling tricks, right? Wes never played anything like a flashy game, but his hands were off the charts good, on par with guys in his era that you might expect to have a bag full of tricks like Gretzky. Sometimes guys just have hidden or obscured talents, even when they already play a pro sport at a fairly high level.