A Stanley Cup Challenge – The OC/Anaheim Responds

With the OS in the CA thinking that they can beat the AD in the OC, We here at the OC Metroblog take the challenge from the Toronto, ON Metroblog.


The Anaheim Ducks are the first team from the West Coast (and not from the CA, that would be Canada) to make the Stanley Cup twice in the history of the NHL, we are prepared to see this bet through to the end.

Toronto has proposed the following bet:

If the Ducks Win: The captain of the Toronto metroblog will have to suffer the same fate that has befallen on Minnesota, Vancouver, and Detroit – they will wear an Anaheim Ducks jersey in front of a famous Ontario landmark (i.e. the CN Tower or Parliament)

If the Senators win: I as captain will wear a Senators jersey (or something with the Ottawa Senator logo) in front of a famous OC/Anaheim landmark (i.e. Disneyland or Anaheim City Hall)

We accept the following ground rules:

Ground rules:
-The losing city will have to acquire the jersey themselves (Wal-mart imitations are okay. Really? I don’t think the Wal-Mart’s in California carry Senators jerseys.)
-Photo has to be good quality as humiliation looks best in high res
-The winning city gets to write an entry and totally humiliate the losing city
-The losing city must write an entry detailing their loss, and praising the winning city for their pure awesomeness (picture must be included)
-winning city has bragging rights till the start of the next season (I don’t see any Kings fans having this right anytime soon…)

“Et tu Brutas…” – Just like Rome, watch your back Senators the Ducks are going to take you down.

2 Comments so far

  1. arvin (unregistered) on May 28th, 2007 @ 4:02 pm

    Senators Fans are gonna ROCK the Honda Centre (yeah, that’s right, centRE! Learn to spell).

    Heh. This is gonna be FUN.

  2. Mike Randall (unregistered) on May 28th, 2007 @ 8:07 pm

    Ducks Win!!!!!

    So much for the spelling lesson, eh.

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