When I move, you move! Just like that. Hell yeah, hey DJ bring that back! -Ludakris
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Not a bad start, not a bad start at all. Albert Einstein once said, the faster you go, the shorter you are. I can’t even follow Lost, so how am I supposed to follow that. All I know is, Pittsburgh Penguins rookie Luca Caputi started fast last night. Luca Caputi is walking tall. Luca Caputi does not lie with the fishes. He’s dancin’. Penguin dancin’. Look ma, I’m dancin. Dancin’ Tony Kornheiser style.
Rookie rookie, who gets the cookie? Luca does. Who’s the big winner here tonight at the casino? Huh? Luca, that’s who. Luca’s the big winner. Luca wins. Last night, Pittsburgh’s Luca Caputi scored a goal at the 2:30 mark of the first period in his NHL debut. Awww, you broke your cherry.
That was the earliest cherry breaking goal by a player in over two years. The earliest cherry breaking goal since Nashville’s Mikko Lehtonen scored 1:41 into his debut. Not be bad. You wanna know what’s better? Huh? Do ya? Sure you do. This is better.
It was the second earliest cherry breaking goal in Pittsburgh Penguin history. Faster than Super Mario. Faster than Sid the Kid. Faster than Evgeni Malkin. Faster than Jaromir Jagr. Not faster than the imitable Rick Kessell however. Rick Kessell holds the record, scoring 2:19 into his first NHL game on March 21, 1970, vs. Chicago. And there you have it. Luca Caputi everyone, Luca Caputi.
Peace out homies. Six two and Even!