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Hockey Hotties – Fresh Meat

Just in time to provide some relief to my hockey withdrawal, yesterday and today was the NHL draft!  In addition to bringing in a new crop of talent to the league, this also marks a new crop of fresh meat for my hockey hotties team.  This was brought to my attention when Darren scouted out the hotness that is Victor Hedman, the second overall pick  in the draft.  The picture isn’t Creative Commons licensed, so I can’t put it on my blog, but click the link.  Seriously, you won’t regret it.

Now, I have to say that I’m not overly impressed with his face, but that physique lands him a spot on my hottie list.

Other hotties that I noticed from the draft include:

  • Evander Kane from the Vancouver Giants, chosen 4th overall by the the Atlanta Thrashers.  No relation to hottie Patrick Kane of the evil, evil Chicago Blackhawks.
  • Scott Glennie from the Brandon Wheat Kings, chosen 8th overall by the Dallas Stars.  Also, his howntown is Oakville!
  • Peter Holland from the Guelph Storm, chosen 15th overall by the Anaheim Ducks.
  • John Moore from the Chicago Steel, chosen 21st overall by the Columbus Blue Jacket.

And last but not least, the Vancouver Canucks first round pick, Jordan Schroeder of the University of Minnesota.

Welcome to the big leagues, boys. We here at NTBTWK will be watching your hotness, er, skill development closely.

4 Responses to Hockey Hotties – Fresh Meat

  1. Geoff says:

    great link!! 🙂

  2. Beth says:

    I told you that you wouldn’t regret it!

  3. Rebecca says:

    Oh HELLO Mr. Hedman! Why don't you come sit next to me while I'm updating my staff schedules? It's warm enough in here that you won't be needing that pesky shirt 😉

  4. Pingback: Hockey Hotties 2011/12- Your Suggestions Needed! | Not To Be Trusted With Knives

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