These holidays remember do not drink and drive, and if you do, NEVER wear a Teletubby costume while driving drunk!

Seriously, because this could be you!

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There’s a good chance you’ve never heard of Riley Sheahan before, which is understandable considering he’s a 20-year old Detroit Red Wings prospect who has only played in one career NHL game. The kid has a promising future in hockey, he was drafted 21st overall in the 2010 NHL entry draft and spent three years at Notre Dame, but the only reason we’re talking about him is because of some recent moronic decisions he made off the ice.

According to a report detailing Sheahan’s DUI arrest in Grand Rapids, Michigan on October 29th, the forward was arrested with a blood-alcohol content of .30. Yes, .30. If you know BAC pretty well, you know that’s nearly four times the legal limit. In fact, that’s almost double what would be considered “super-drunk” by police.

Being “super-drunk” is classified having a BAC of 0.17 or higher, and can land a drunk driver up to 180 days in jail. But that’s not all Sheahan has to worry about. Because the kid is underage and admitted that he had been using teammate Brendan Smith‘s ID that night, he could face deportation back to his home country of Canada.

But wait, we’re not done with the whole “bad decisions” thing just yet! Not only was Sheahan arrested for driving the wrong way on a Grand Rapids road, he was doing so while wearing a Teletubby costume. A PURPLE teletubby costume. C’mon Riley, everybody knows the purple Teletubby is the black sheep of the group.


Devils fight back, stay alive 3-1

The LA Kings might win the Stanley Cup, but it will not happen until at least Saturday

Adam Henrique scored the tiebreaking goal with 4:29 to play, Martin Brodeur made 21 saves, and the New Jersey Devils beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-1 on Wednesday night to avoid a sweep in the Stanley Cup finals

Patrik Elias and Ilya Kovalchuk also scored third-period goals for the Eastern Conference champion Devils, who forced the NHL to put the Stanley Cup back in its crate for another cross-country trip. Game 5 is Saturday night in Newark, N.J.

Kings stun Devils in OT again, take 2-0 series lead

Stanley Cup, on display at the Hockey Hall of ...

The LA Kings just keep rolling along, winning their 10th straight road game in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, and now they are just two wins from their ultimate goal.

The Los Angeles Kings are headed back to Hollywood, and the Stanley Cup is so close they don’t even want to think about it.

Jeff Carter scored at 13:42 in overtime and the Kings moved within two wins of their first NHL title with a 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils in Game 2 of the finals on Saturday night.

“We’re happy that we got the first two. But going home on the plane tonight, we’re trying to forget about those games. We’re going to learn what we did right and wrong. But going back home, it’s a whole new series.”

Not really. Two more wins by Los Angeles and the NHL season is over.

The Devils face the daunting task of trying to win four of five against a team that is 14-2 in the postseason.

“They are a great team, but it’s not like we got blown out the last two games,” Devils captainZach Parise said. “It will be really hard but we will give it our best shot.”

With two more wins, the Kings can finish writing the most unlikely championship story in NHL history, no 8 seed has ever won the Stanley Cup

Kings top Blues 3-1 take early 1-0 series edge

This is the beauty of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The LA Kings struggled to be the last team in the Western Conference to get in. The Vancouver Canucks, and St. Louis Blues struggled to see who would finish with the best record in the NHL.

The LA KIngs already knocked off the Vancouver Canucks, in convincing fashion no less, and now? Now they skate into St. Louis and beat the Blues to open that Western semifinal series.

Whether or not they beat the Blues, is still to decide, but the Kings are making this thing interesting!

Coyotes top Predators 4-3 in OT

The Phoenix Coyotes nipped the Nashville Predators in game 1 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference Semi-Final series last night.

The Phoenix Coyotes have had a knack for

Phoenix Coyotes
Phoenix Coyotes (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

withstanding nearly everything their opponent throws at them before landing the big blow.

They know it can’t keep going like this.

Ray Whitney scored 14:04 into overtime and the Coyotes survived another late goal in regulation to open the Western Conference semifinals with a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Friday night.

Devils blow past Panthers even Stanley Cup Playoff series

New Jersey evened their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series with Florida at two games apiece with a dominant 4-0 win Thursday night. Legendary goalie Martin Brodeur recorded his 24th career playoff shutout, an NHL record.

In other games, Washington evened their series with the defending champion Boston Bruins at two games each with a 2-1 win on home ice. Their 22-year-old goalie, Braden Holtby, stopped 44 of 45 Bruin shots to propel the Caps.

In Chicago, the Blackhawks lost their second straight on home ice as the Phoenix Coyotes edged them 3-2 in over time. The Coyotes  Mikkel Boedker scored the winning goal for the second straight game, and put the Coyotes up 3-1 in the series and put the Blackhawks on the brink of elimination.

In San Jose, the Sharks are trailing the St. Louis Blues 1-0 in the 3rd period.  The Blues lead the series 2-1