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July 23, 2010


A 33-year-old resident of Lundar, Manitoba is facing numerous charges after allegedly making a series of 911 calls which included demanding RCMP officers somehow bring the National Hockey League back to the province.

(Thanks to Janice Gelb)


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The RCMP could purchase the Phoenix franchise and move it. Instead of a penalty box, players could serve majors in jail.

It would take longer than the five minutes of the penalty to get to the jail and back, though.

This is why I have no fear of Canada invading.

"He had apparently been drinking and told police he hadn’t slept in days. He started talking about world conglomerates, things like that. He was hallucinating, obviously," said the source.

"If you’re coming to get me, can you bring me some smokes," was his reply.

I'll have what he's having.

Maybe a duffel bag of mary jane landed on his roof, Jeff?

In Canada, the 'Peggers are supposed to be the sane moderates, located exactly midway between the Canucks of Vancouver (crazy people) in the west and the Newfers of Newfoundland (crazy drunken people) to the east. This guy needs to pick a coast and move there.

Syrup sucker.

I've always wanted to meet a real Mountie. However, I wouldn't do this. I'm just a nurse but I think it's safe to say he has some mental health issues.

Nursecindy, here you go.

If only it was that simple. The problem is that we have let a New york lawyer run the NHL and he is incompetent.

In Canada, there is no greater emergency than the loss of a hockey team.

Maybe death, but it's very close.

July is 'shroom season in Canada. Just sayin'.

Right Annie. And it sounds like this guy went collecting without a field guide.

And to top it off, the Blue Bombers are off to a 1-and-2 start in the CFL.

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