Daryl “Razor” Reaugh, or Daryl “I Lost My Razor” Reaugh as the insufferable Chris Berman might call him, is a retired goalie, and current color commentator for the Dallas Stars, The NHL on Versus and Hockey Night in Canada. I don’t know much about hockey ay, but this guys got a nice duster.
Paul MacLean is the head coach of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators. He has one of the most unique mustaches I’ve ever seen. Or so it appears until you notice the man behind him looks exactly the same as Paul. If that isn’t his brother, I’m convinced we all have a doppelgänger out there somewhere in this world. I just hope mine isn’t out there giving us a bad name by committing crimes or yelling at children.
Here is actor Liev Schreiber from the Canadian movie Goon (not to be confused with the Matthew Perry television show Go On). He’s probably a very like guy since he has a shamrock on his sweater and a horseshoe on his face.
I had read that Goon was an entertaining movie when it was first released and so I gave it a chance last night. For a hockey movie, I would say it falls between Mighty Ducks 2 and Mighty Ducks 3, though with a lot more blood and a broken ankle only surpassed in gruesomeness by the one in Misery.
Brian Cranford is a junior hockey coach in Canada. He has been suspended for 1 year and fined $2,000 for letting his team skip the opening and closing ceremonies for the
Nash Bridges Don Johnson Memorial Tournament in April.