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NHL Voicemails

“I don’t really care [about the Stanley Cup].
I don’t think anybody really watches hockey anymore.”

The Karma Train keeps rolling along this week.

After stories of Tiger Woods’ infidelity came out, his wife beat him up.  Tiger Woods could buy the Internet if he wanted to, but all the money in the world couldn’t stop his name from being dragged through the mud over the past few days.  We’d offer you a link, but you already know.
He left this voicemail for his mistress:

“Hey, it’s Tiger. I need you to do me a huge favor.
Can you please take your name off your phone?
My wife went through my phone and may be calling you.
So if you can, please take your name off that.
Just have it as a number on the voicemail.
You got to do this for me.  Huge. Quickly. Bye.”  [ Audio ]

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We are almost endeared to Tiger now
because of his usage of the word “huge” in this context.

The interesting thing is Tiger isn’t the only one sending these type of messages.  Over the course of the last year we have gotten several thousand tips about various people in the NHL community to clean up their transgressions.  Our favorites after the jump.

Got this tip in back in May:

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This one came in picture form from our source in the League office:

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This one came in from a friend of a friend over the summer:

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Good friend Joe W. spotted this last week:

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This was kind of bizarre.
A reader sent this in two weeks ago, and it suddenly appeared again last night from the Craigslist Missed Connections Page:

Go Pens

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