kacey1234: hey gotta run ,, glad to see you sorry about that stupid buzzen crap,, i miss alot that got booted , jimct told me you were here,, hope we can keep in touch ,, this thing moves fast for me,, cant keep up in room and to many dang young guys keep sending me messages jeesch why a 30 year old guy wants an old lady like me makes me wonder lol hope things going your way,, great to catch up with you stay safe
LandofAhhhhs: Hey there SSC, I don't know what it is about canucks...but for all the years I have visited chatrooms here and there, it's usually the canucks and english gals that maintain the consistent sense's of humor...thank you for keeping that statistic going..be good, or be sure not to get caught. BTW I have never forgiven the Canadian Hosers who snuck onto the ice before it froze during 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics and embed the maple leafs...smirks, Both the mens and womens hockey teams lost to Canada that year. But man-o-live I do love the competitive games we play against Canada...
SweetSmileCanada: to LandofAhhhhs, thank you for the nice compliment and yes I had to google!....................The “Lucky Loonie” tradition is something that Canadian hockey fans know well.
It all began at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City when a Canadian ice crew sneakily placed a loonie, Canada’s one dollar coin that sports a loon, under the surface at centre ice. It was Trent Evans who placed the loonie for good luck, and it was faintly visible during the Games, but only really to those that knew it was there.
Canada won gold, and the lucky loonie became somewhat of a Canadian icon. It currently is housed at the Hockey Hall of Fame