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Pucking Around: Brock Belvedere’s Notebook

February 1, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

By Brock Belvedere, Jr.
Senior Staff Writer
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The Association has been wildly and sometimes murderously abuzz with talk of the recent goaltender trade between the 24-Piece Men and the Uncolored Condiments.  “It was felt that we had problems with our goal mouth,” noted 24-Piece Men GM and owner Chris Vitiello, who swapped Cory Schneider to the Condiments for Pekka Rinne.  “I am quite regretful of all the serial killers that the trade has incited; that was certainly not our intention.”

“It is the first time I’ve ever seen anything like it,” noted Detective Gee-Temple, who was assigned to the cases.  “The trade just set off some bad chemicals in the minds of certain unstable individuals and we’ve seen a wave of murders, mostly in the hills and behind the cold storage facility.  We hope that we are closing in on the perpetrators.”

Commissioner Pondicherry has yet to release a statement.


The expansion Hoover Island Stamps have sold out all of their home contests thus far and are enjoying their inaugural season in the Pondicherry Association despite languishing miserably in last place.

“The play of the club has been appalling,” said monarch and club owner Aaron Tucker.  “But the primarily nude people of our island have supported the club with their usual zeal and it has quickly become a tradition to root for this distressingly poor club and its eerie, shocking, petrifying lack of ability.”

Tucker smiled widely while crying for nearly a minute before finally excusing himself from the room.


A haunted hog pen was discovered last night on a nearby farm.

“We do not yet understand the ramifications of this,” noted commissioner Dr. Albert C. Pondicherry, Jr., who was interviewed while staring at an exercise machine in his living room.  “It has been confirmed haunted and no one is daring to approach it.  That’s what we know now.  I cannot discuss the ramifications of this on the league because we are still processing all the available information.”

The pen in question is a muddy, weedy enclosure on the side of a hill.  The owner is currently unknown.

  1. February 1, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    Back in the game, eh, Belvedere? I always knew hockey, as they call it, was your first love.

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