Rosanna, of the Carolina Hurricanes "Storm Squad" :: Courtesy of Hurricanes.com
Last Thursday, I screwed up by saying the Washington Capitals didn't have cheerleaders or an ice crew. Readers quickly alerted me to my mistake and I corrected it and linked to the squad, called the Red Rockers. Well, that started one of the biggest storms of e-mails in Hot Clicks history. "So I'm looking at the Red Rockers page and going, 'Hot, hot, decent, mm OK, hot, ....David?!" What is this dude doing on the Red Rockers? Maybe I'm just jealous he's surrounded by the gorgeous ladies," said Chris, of Dearborn, Mich. Marc, of Troy, N.Y., said, "Uh, Jimmy, did you even check out that link for the Caps' 'Red Rockers'? Why do I ask? 'Cause there's a dude in there, man. Little heads up on that would have been nice." And my personal favorite, "Bro, is it me or is Theo Epstein moonlighting as a Red Rocker," asked Aaron, of Ventura, Calif. Yes, David does look a little like Theo. But, I digress. There are three points to all of us. First, I thought it would be interesting to talk to David and find out how he became the only male on the squad and to ask him a few other pertinent questions. However, the Capitals' p.r. people won't let me talk to David. They said it is against the team's policy to allow the Red Rockers to talk to the media. Therefore, I'm imploring Hot Clicks nation to root hard for the Penguins to defeat the Capitals. Two, the Capitals aren't the only team that has a guy on its ice crew. The Hurricanes' "Storm Squad," which features the lovely Rosanna (above), also features a dude. Three, Gunaxin.com has compiled galleries of the 20 hottest photos they could find for each NHL playoff team, regardless of whether they are Ice Girls, fans, models or WAGs.
I don't know what's more enjoyable in this clip -- the save of the NHL playoffs or the call by Mike Emerick.
Make sure you stick with this awesome clip for the first 1:20.
Florida :: Google Maps
If the NBA were to change its logo, don't expect to see any of these as replacements.
A song about the pressure facing Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.
In case you missed it Friday, check out Denise Richards butchering Take Me Out to the Ballgame at Wrigley Field.