Gamblers Look to Continue Perfection Over Tuck
The Gamblers are perfect...Tuck has not been. The last game between these two teams was a complete slaughter as the G-Men beat them down 10-2 allowing the MMA line to walk all over them and amass 7 goals and 16 points on the night.
Look for Tuck to play a different style of play this time around. Tuck is full of a bunch of Wicked SMAAAAHT KIDS, and they have probably already figured out that they need to play defensively in order to be competitive. Those Wicked Smart Kids have already done a project in one of their business classes, charting the possible outcome of tomorrow night's game, with charts and pies and graphs and they also used an abacus.
The Gamblers are going to do what they do and drive their opponent into the ground. This one shouldn't be quite as bad the first game, but expect the Gamblers to put up at least a touchdown, maybe add in a two point conversion.
Tuck's new acquisition, Brandon Harrington, should be good for a pair of goals on Jeremy "The Seed" Seidling.
'Blers take this one 8-2.
Gamblers Continue Perfection(7-0) with 13-4 Win Over Tuck.
Stop the presses, the Gamblers have beat Tuck by 9 goals...no wait...um...nah, never mind, that's pretty much what every person on the planet thought was going to happen. No offense to the Tuckies, but the Gamblers are just a superior team, but tonight was a little bit different as their captain Allison "The Hook" Malcolm led the way scoring two early goals, adding a third and a pair of assists.
To make things worse, the powerhouse 'Blers added yet another budding super star in Czech forward Martin Tomanik. Tomanik, who forgot his skates for his first career game, threw on the wet and used skates of a player from a previous game and still managed to pot a goal and a trio of helpers.
Of course the 'Blers MMA line of Matty "The Milkman" Marrazzo(who always delivers), Willy "Rebound" Meyer and Dan "Danimal" Ammel contributed heavily to the outcome of this game with nine goals and six assists.
The Gambler's goaltender, Jeremy "The Seed" Seidling wasn't very busy, and in between naps let up 4 goals on only 18 shots...come to think about it, he may have been cat-napping on at least two of the goals.
Nothing more to say, Gamblers did it again, racked up goals, points and boosted their egos yet again. They were excellent last year, but have added depth at defense and it doesn't look like they will loose a game this season.
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