i have no clue if i am doing this right but here is my follow forever thing. im not bolding my friends because i only have two so yeah, also i follow a lot of people (thousand) so i just picked a few and it took forever and i love all the blogs i follow haha ok here:
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nhl meme | 1/7 legends → Steve YzermanSteve Yzerman is a three-time Stanley Cup Champion, Lester B. Pearson Award winner, Conn Smythe Trophy winner and Frank J. Selke winner. Yzerman scored 1755 points in 1514 games and was also the youngest captain ever when he was named captain of the Detroit Red Wings at the age of 21 (later passed by most recently Gabriel Landeskog). He won a gold at the 2002 Olympics as a player and two golds in 2010 and 2014 as the GM of Team Canada. He was inducted into the HHOF in 2009.
Endless list of favorite movies: Miracle (2004)
Two days later the miracle was made complete. My boys defeated Finland to win the gold medal, coming from behind once again. As I watched them out there, celebrating on the ice, I realized that Patti had been right. It was a lot more than a hockey game, not only for those who watched it, but for those who played in it. I’ve often been asked in the years since Lake Placid what was the best moment for me. Well, it was here - the sight of 20 young men of such differing backgrounds now standing as one. Young men willing to sacrifice so much of themselves all for an unknown. A few years later, the U.S. began using professional athletes at the Games - Dream Teams. I always found that term ironic because now that we have Dream Teams, we seldom ever get to dream. But on one weekend, as America and the world watched, a group of remarkable young men gave the nation what it needed most - a chance, for one night, not only to dream, but a chance, once again, to believe.