You Do Google, Too

Sometimes people find our site via Google with odd combinations of search keywords that don't really have anything to do with us. Being helpful people, though, we have started this page to provide the information demanded by these confused surfers.

Googler Says: What is meant by the song the good old hockey game?
This question will be answered by Meaghan, the Crotchgroin's resident Canadian: "Basically, this song, which is actually called The Hockey Song and is performed by the great Stompin' Tom Connors, is a tribute to the game of hockey. Each of the three verses of the song describes the action in one of the three periods of a playoff hockey game: in the first period, a player named Bobby from the visiting team scores; in the second period, the home team ties the game after a scramble in the crease (the area in front of the net); and in the third period the home team scores again, winning the game and the Stanley Cup, which is the championship trophy of the National Hockey League. The overall message of the song is that the good old hockey game is the best game you can name."

Multiple Googlers Say: GO SENS GO
Indeed, googlers, indeed. The Most Glorious Website Ever officially supports the Ottawa Senators and their bid to win the Stanley Cup in 2007. GO SENS GO!!!! WOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! Here is a graphic reflecting that sentiment:

Feel free to use it on your website but please do not direct link. If you are looking for the song Go Sens Go by Belly, go here. As far as I know, the lyrics aren't online anywhere.
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