GDB 1.0: THE RETURN OF THE JETS

Jason Gregor
October 01 2013 12:04PM

 

The Winnipeg Jets return to Rexall place for their first regular season game since March 29th, 1996. The Oilers haven't lost to the Jets at home in 17 years, the longest undefeated timeline in franchise history. Who cares that they haven't played since then, the fact is the Oilers haven't lost to them. 

The team you cheer for hasn't made the playoffs in seven seasons, longest active drought in the NHL, so you should embrace any winning streak, regardless of the technicalities.

Opening night is the best night for any fanbase, and the Oilers have been pretty damn good in home openers and season openers.

The Oilers will begin their 34th NHL season tonight at Rexall Place and they will open up a season for the 3rd time against the Winnipeg Jets. The Oilers defeated the Jets 4-3 on October 10th, 1985 and tied them 3-3 on October 6th, 1990.

Historically the Oilers are very good in season openers, 19-10-4, and they are equally solid, 19-9-5, in home openers. They are even better, 18-6-3, in season openers at home, so if you play the odds it is a good bet to go with the Oilers tonight.

The Oilers will have eight new faces in the lineup tonight: newly-anointed captain Andrew Ference, Boyd Gordon, Luke Gazdic, Anton Belov, Will Acton, Jesse Joensuu, David Perron and Jason LaBarbera. If you include Marc Arcobello, who only played one game, almost half of their roster is new.

Add in Dallas Eakins and Keith Acton behind the bench, and the Oilers should be a vastly different team than last season.

The good news is that for the first time in four years the Oilers didn't get younger. Acton, Belov and Gadzic will play their first NHL games tonight, but they are 26, 27 and 24 respectively. All of the Oilers young players are a year older, and as Eakins pointed out on the first day of training camp, this is not a young team anymore.

After five consecutive seasons of top-ten picks, it is time to see some results on the ice. The Oilers need to start showing the potential that fans have patiently been waiting for.

LINEUP...

Smyth-Hall-Hemsky
Perron-Arcobello-Eberle
Joensuu-Gordon-Yakupov
Gazdic-Acton-Brown

Ference-J.Schultz
Smid-Petry
N.Schultz-Belov

Dubnyk
LaBarbera

JETS...

Ladd-Little-Wheeler
Kane-Scheifele-Setoguchi
Wright-Jokinen-Frolik
Tangradi-Slater-Thorburn

Enstrom-Byfuglien
Bogosian-Trouba
Stuart-Postma

Pavelec
Montoya

QUICK HITS...

  • Eberle led the NHL in preseason points with eight, and his linemate on most nights, David Perron, was tops in goals with five. Those two need to bring that production to the regular season and help the Oilers get off to a good start. If the Oilers can tread water until Nugent-Hopkins and Gagner return.
     
  • The Oilers got some good news today, as Gagner said he is hoping to return in five weeks. He lost four teeth, and had six screws and one metal plate put in the left side of his jaw. It wasn't wired shut, and that is why he could return sooner than the original two months prognosis.
     
  • Nugent-Hopkins was put through a fast-paced, intense skate after the morning skate. He is moving well, and he is pain free while shooting. Once he gets clearance for contact, he could return within 10-14 days.

  • Hall, Eberle, Nugent-Hopkins, Gagner, Smyth and Nick Schultz were named alternate captains today. If that isn't an NHL record for most alternate captains, it must be close. Eakins said they will rotate the "A" every game and the training staff knows the rotation.
     
  • I was a bit surprised Ladislav Smid wasn't in the top-six, but ultimately I'm not sure it matters. Smid plays a simple game, and I don't expect him to play any different without a letter on his jersey.
     
  • Hockey coaches and parents, as you get set for another season of minor hockey take a moment and read what George Kingston feels is necessary for young kids to be doing in practice and games. Smart man.
     
  • I've felt Ference was the right choice as captain for a long time. This interview with Ryan Rishaug just confirms that. Ference recognize that he can do more with his status of NHL player, than just play hockey. Excellent stuff.

LOOKING AHEAD....

GAME DAY PREDICTION: The Oilers excel in season/home openers and they'll continue that trend tonight with a 4-2 victory.

OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: Perron continues his red-hot preseason scoring by adding two goals, one of a nifty redirection. Gadzic drops his gloves in a spirited first period scrap with Chris Thorburn.

NOT-S0-OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: After five months of reading and hearing he is washed up Smyth scores on a goal mouth scramble. Even the most ardent Smyth-hater cracks a smile, because for one night, Smyth is a go-to guy again. The best part about the first game of the season is that it gives every fan hope for a brighter season, and Smyth has become the player many are cheering for. Edmonton fans love to cheer for the blood and gut type player, and on this night Smyth rewards your loyalty.

RECENTLY BY JASON GREGOR   

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#1 Manfly
October 01 2013, 12:05PM
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finally the season is starting....seems like it took forever!! 3-2 Oilers win.

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#2 Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy!
October 01 2013, 12:08PM
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OILERS BONER! 34TH EDITION!

SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

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#3 BingBong
October 01 2013, 12:11PM
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I'm a little surprised to see Gazdic instead of Eager, although I suppose it doesn't matter with the amount of ice time that line will probably get.

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#4 916oiler
October 01 2013, 12:20PM
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Perron with the first Oilers' goal of the season! Go Oilers!!

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#5 Ducey
October 01 2013, 12:22PM
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Prediction:

Dubnyk lets in a softy, then stands on his head and winds up with a .925 save % for the win.

All the MSM focus on will be the fact he can't be a #1.

Sigh.

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#6 vetinari
October 01 2013, 12:25PM
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Psssst. No one else take the Oilers in StreakCred 'cause I need the win.

GDP: Oilers 3 Jets 2

OGDP: We'll eke out the win on the scoreboard but not in the faceoff circle.

NSOGDP: Using the new swarm defence, Gazdic and Brown inadvertently miss their target in a dump-and-chase, collide, and end up on the LTIR list by the end of the game.

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#7 OttawaOilFan
October 01 2013, 12:31PM
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The whole NSOGDP made me crack a smile. Smytty has always been one of my favorite Oilers so just reading that description brings back memories & gets me excited for this season. I'm going with a 3-1 Oil win. Smyth, Hall and Belov with the "Ginos" tonight!

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#8 Old Retired Guy (A.K.A. Die-Nasty)
October 01 2013, 12:36PM
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Game Day Prediction

For One Day.....all Oilers fans put aside their differences and opinions and are united in their love of the team and the game of hockey! And the Oilers reward their fans with a 5-2 VICTORY !!!

TAYLOR HALL PLAYS LIKE A BEAST.......SCORES THE HAT TRICK...... AND IS UUUUUUNNNNNNSTOPPABLE!!!

RAISE A LITTLE HELL, RAISE A LITTLE HELL....RAISE A LITTLE HELL!!!

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#9 Overseas Oilman
October 01 2013, 12:38PM
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JG,

The pre-game write up on the Oilers website has Perron listed as day-to-day with an illness. Do you know anything about that?

Could we still win this game missing three of our top six?

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#10 Al Davis
October 01 2013, 12:41PM
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Does Belov qualify as a rookie? For example, could he get Calder votes?

Not suggesting that will happen, just curious.

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#11 Doomoil
October 01 2013, 12:56PM
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Al Davis wrote:

Does Belov qualify as a rookie? For example, could he get Calder votes?

Not suggesting that will happen, just curious.

no, the rule was changed years and years ago to set an age limit on it.

he is a rookie, but can't win the calder.

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#12 Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy!
October 01 2013, 01:24PM
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BingBong wrote:

I'm a little surprised to see Gazdic instead of Eager, although I suppose it doesn't matter with the amount of ice time that line will probably get.

I'm not sure of the last time I saw Eager fight? Or make a good decision, for that matter. I'm guessing that's the reason why.

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#13 Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy!
October 01 2013, 01:29PM
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Ducey wrote:

Prediction:

Dubnyk lets in a softy, then stands on his head and winds up with a .925 save % for the win.

All the MSM focus on will be the fact he can't be a #1.

Sigh.

So let's see, he let softies in and lost games last year.

This year, he's still going to let softies in but actually win the games.

Interesting....

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#14 Smokey
October 01 2013, 01:33PM
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We are not privy to what often happens in the dressing room, or who are real leaders, but I was shocked Ladi Smid was in not one of the alternates and Nick Shultz was. Shultz, I don't see as a guy as being here past this season, and very likely will be gone by the trading block. I would of waived him personally cause I think there are definitely younger and cheeper options. Ladi Smid made a pretty bold statement committing to the team, and seems pretty vocal.

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#15 brian_d
October 01 2013, 01:33PM
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Is Gazdic really a better option than Eager right now? Eager has seen more of training camp, and brings the intimidation factor that Eager does...

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#16 Smokey
October 01 2013, 01:50PM
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brian_d wrote:

Is Gazdic really a better option than Eager right now? Eager has seen more of training camp, and brings the intimidation factor that Eager does...

Gadzic fights a lot. Eager was as intimidating as Sam Gagner last season, and thus went to OKC.

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#17 HORDY hears a who
October 01 2013, 01:56PM
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If macT was just looking for a straight up fighter why didn't he just call up the "Dynamite Kid" Darcy Hordichuk??

Gadzic is a dud compared to Hordichuk as a tbh and 3/4 #imnotsaying #imjustsaying

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#18 Doomoil
October 01 2013, 02:00PM
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Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy! wrote:

So let's see, he let softies in and lost games last year.

This year, he's still going to let softies in but actually win the games.

Interesting....

oh, so that's the only reason the oilers lost last year. of course, it's all so simple!

the guy with the sixth best save percentage over the last 3 years was the problem all along.

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#19 borisnikov
October 01 2013, 02:04PM
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Yours truly was in attendance at the Coliseum that late March '96 night. And it was a night to remember although if the Oil won or not is lost on me. What I do remember is how it unwound for that impressionable 17 year old country kid nicknamed "Boris" by the people he attended that game with. I somehow ended up in Warburg, drunk, tired and hungry enough that eating an entire box of 24 pizza pops with my best friend/cousin, in a home we didn't know at 4 in the morning surrounded by strange western Leduc County slackers. It all seemed like a great idea... AND IT WAS.

Oh how times have changed.

Welcome back Winterpeg Jets!

Edit: Prediction: First goal by Perron, oilers come away with a 5-2 victory.

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#20 Valic
October 01 2013, 02:38PM
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LETS GO EDMONTON FACE PUNCHERS!!!!!!!

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#21 Fresh Mess
October 01 2013, 02:41PM
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Snub Smid? You Bastards!!!!

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#22 Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy!
October 01 2013, 02:51PM
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Doomoil wrote:

oh, so that's the only reason the oilers lost last year. of course, it's all so simple!

the guy with the sixth best save percentage over the last 3 years was the problem all along.

Rewind:

Question/discussion: Is Dubnyk good enough to be a legitimate starting goalie?

Qualifier: Starting goalie prerequisites: Don't let soft goals in on a regular basis, if at all.

Answer: Nope.

SIM-PLE!

I'M TH E SMRTEST MAN ALVIEEEEEE!!

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#23 mayorblaine
October 01 2013, 02:58PM
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so it begins.

Oil 5-1.

Dubnyk is an above average goalie in this league and will be the least of our issues.

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#24 Bucknuck
October 01 2013, 03:02PM
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I am really curious to see what Dubnyk can do with a half decent defence core in front of him. If they could reduce the amount of shots, his above average save percentage would actually translate to wins. At least I hope so.

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#25 West
October 01 2013, 03:07PM
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Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy! wrote:

Rewind:

Question/discussion: Is Dubnyk good enough to be a legitimate starting goalie?

Qualifier: Starting goalie prerequisites: Don't let soft goals in on a regular basis, if at all.

Answer: Nope.

SIM-PLE!

I'M TH E SMRTEST MAN ALVIEEEEEE!!

Who is Alvie and why are you yelling at him?

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#26 Alvie
October 01 2013, 03:11PM
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Damn Fools!!! Keep my name out your mouth!!!

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#27 Smokey
October 01 2013, 03:20PM
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Bucknuck wrote:

I am really curious to see what Dubnyk can do with a half decent defence core in front of him. If they could reduce the amount of shots, his above average save percentage would actually translate to wins. At least I hope so.

I hope you are right, but I am concerned about poor faceoff percentages, and poor depth down the middle counter-balancing the hopeful improvement our defence. I hope that the defence is the strength of the team, in that they can move the puck better cause that's what has held the offence back for years.

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#29 Wigswag
October 01 2013, 03:27PM
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I want to see more than 30 shots (for). If that means 8 goals or 1 goal I'm good.

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#30 Smokey
October 01 2013, 03:35PM
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Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy! wrote:

Rewind:

Question/discussion: Is Dubnyk good enough to be a legitimate starting goalie?

Qualifier: Starting goalie prerequisites: Don't let soft goals in on a regular basis, if at all.

Answer: Nope.

SIM-PLE!

I'M TH E SMRTEST MAN ALVIEEEEEE!!

I think the problem with peoples evaluation of Dubnyk is the propensity of soft goals that he lets in. Its what people see, not the quantifiable statistics that have been out there that have shown conclusively he is a legit number one, and a top 10-15 goalie in the NHL.

The clearest evidence we have seen is the Dallas game he let that squeaker in, and then stoned a guy point blank on a break that he should not have.

I think there are two camps people are in. Either they often see the mistakes, the weak goals that deflate a team. The other camp is the fact he is above average in Save % over the last 3 seasons, and in fact top ten over that period. If this team wins people will ignore the warts, like they did for Fleury in Pittsburgh. The only way he shakes negative perceptions is by winning.

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#31 Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy!
October 01 2013, 03:44PM
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Smokey wrote:

I think the problem with peoples evaluation of Dubnyk is the propensity of soft goals that he lets in. Its what people see, not the quantifiable statistics that have been out there that have shown conclusively he is a legit number one, and a top 10-15 goalie in the NHL.

The clearest evidence we have seen is the Dallas game he let that squeaker in, and then stoned a guy point blank on a break that he should not have.

I think there are two camps people are in. Either they often see the mistakes, the weak goals that deflate a team. The other camp is the fact he is above average in Save % over the last 3 seasons, and in fact top ten over that period. If this team wins people will ignore the warts, like they did for Fleury in Pittsburgh. The only way he shakes negative perceptions is by winning.

You're right. And I'll put myself into the same camp as MacTavish who said Dubnyk isn't a legitimate NHL starter and still needs to prove himself.

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#32 Pouzar99
October 01 2013, 03:49PM
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I love season and home openers and never miss them. The building was literally shaking with energy for the home opener last season. Please, this time, lets not be down 6-1 after the first period!!!

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#33 The Towel Boy
October 01 2013, 03:53PM
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LET'S GO OI-LERS!

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#34 Anonymous
October 01 2013, 03:57PM
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Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy! wrote:

OILERS BONER! 34TH EDITION!

SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

At least they can get a BONER biceps MINIMUS!!!!!!!

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#35 war
October 01 2013, 03:59PM
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Dubnyk is only 10 percent of our problem.we have lots of talent up front,a much better defence with ferrence and belov(pluus a more experianced schultz)our problems is injuries and team toughness,has been for six years now!once they solve this playoffs they are bound,untill thatwe could always be a lottery team

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#36 Mike Krushelnyski
October 01 2013, 04:09PM
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The Towel Boy wrote:

LET'S GO OI-LERS!

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times a million

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#37 The Big Dummy
October 01 2013, 04:09PM
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To all you stats nerds out there....Let me ask this questions: Would you rather give up 20 shots per game and have a .900 save percentage or 35 shots per game and have a .930 save percentage? If my math is correct, that is a 2.00 GAA vs. 2.45 GAA. What save percentage is going to win more games? My point is that the number that actually wins games is GAA.

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#38 Poolanov
October 01 2013, 04:09PM
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Had a quick look over at Jets nation to see what their fans are saying about tonights game, but, oops, 0 comments on their game day blog. Funny what he has to say about their "corsi mineshaft" 3rd line though.

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#39 cableguy - 2nd Tier Fan
October 01 2013, 04:16PM
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Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy! wrote:

Rewind:

Question/discussion: Is Dubnyk good enough to be a legitimate starting goalie?

Qualifier: Starting goalie prerequisites: Don't let soft goals in on a regular basis, if at all.

Answer: Nope.

SIM-PLE!

I'M TH E SMRTEST MAN ALVIEEEEEE!!

~ I guess Chicago should get themselves a starting goalie then ~

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#40 Batfink
October 01 2013, 04:22PM
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Poolanov wrote:

Had a quick look over at Jets nation to see what their fans are saying about tonights game, but, oops, 0 comments on their game day blog. Funny what he has to say about their "corsi mineshaft" 3rd line though.

I thought he said some very nice things about us. It did seem as if they're more scared of us than we are of them, even with our injuries.

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#41 Smokey
October 01 2013, 04:23PM
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Bicepus Maximus - Huge fan boy! wrote:

You're right. And I'll put myself into the same camp as MacTavish who said Dubnyk isn't a legitimate NHL starter and still needs to prove himself.

That's called motivation. Remember MacT is part of the braintrust that has Ryan Smyth on the first line. (I hope I eat my words)

I'm sure 80 percent of fans would rather have Price then Dubby based on watching him. But if you just looked at the stats you could have a good debate on who is the better goalie. I know there is many variables in play when evaluating goaltending, and I for one know too little about the position to really make a good evaluation.

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#42 match16
October 01 2013, 04:26PM
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The Big Dummy wrote:

To all you stats nerds out there....Let me ask this questions: Would you rather give up 20 shots per game and have a .900 save percentage or 35 shots per game and have a .930 save percentage? If my math is correct, that is a 2.00 GAA vs. 2.45 GAA. What save percentage is going to win more games? My point is that the number that actually wins games is GAA.

So Duby is not the problem then? If he can maintain his .920 SV% and the defense in front of him can reduce the shots to 20 against, the GAA will go down significantly...

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#43 Smokey
October 01 2013, 04:34PM
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The Big Dummy wrote:

To all you stats nerds out there....Let me ask this questions: Would you rather give up 20 shots per game and have a .900 save percentage or 35 shots per game and have a .930 save percentage? If my math is correct, that is a 2.00 GAA vs. 2.45 GAA. What save percentage is going to win more games? My point is that the number that actually wins games is GAA.

If a team gives up 35 shots a game and the the gaa is 2.45, you have a prime Dominik Hasek in net, and your goalie probably wins you a lot of games. If you give up 20 shots a game your probably Detroit from 5-10 years ago.

Chances are both goalies or teams are winning games. One wins with amazing goaltending, and the other with great team defence.

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#44 Junk
October 01 2013, 04:52PM
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I was shocked that Smid was not named an assistant captain and Schultz was...in what world does this make sense. Unlike you Jason I beleive this will have a big effect on Laddy as this is the second time he has been overlooked and think this meant a lot to him. Are the Oilers looking to move him? I can honestly see him asking for a trade this year if continued to be disrespected by the organization.

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#45 WinningPeg
October 01 2013, 04:52PM
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Hope to see many Jets fans over at Rexall tonight. Go jets! Should be an easy win against the softest team in the league. 4-2 with 2 goals from wheeler.

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#46 Craig1981
October 01 2013, 04:55PM
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I am really going to miss the 7-2 Oilers of Canucks score that has been dawning this website for several months

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#47 watkinator
October 01 2013, 04:57PM
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West wrote:

Who is Alvie and why are you yelling at him?

Is he related to this racist dragon?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-jVAHAuiS4

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#48 Rocket
October 01 2013, 04:58PM
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Whew that was a long summer. And spring. And seven years. I'm totally stoked for this year though. Are those actual NHL defencemen I see on The Oilers blue-line? Huh, haven't seen that in a while.

BDP: Oilers squeak out a win 2-1

OGDP: After the anthem, Yakupov kisses the oilers crest on his sweater & double fist pumps. The Kid fired up to play!

NSOGDP: The entire fourth line fights tonight. Set a tone early? Maybe just get the team and fans all rowdy.

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#49 Ducey
October 01 2013, 05:27PM
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The Big Dummy wrote:

To all you stats nerds out there....Let me ask this questions: Would you rather give up 20 shots per game and have a .900 save percentage or 35 shots per game and have a .930 save percentage? If my math is correct, that is a 2.00 GAA vs. 2.45 GAA. What save percentage is going to win more games? My point is that the number that actually wins games is GAA.

Does a goalie have any ability to control the number of shots against? Other than the occaisional rebound, not really.

Thats why GAA is more of a team stat. If you want to judge whether a goaltender is doing his job, you look at his save %.

It would be nice to also look at the quality of shota - I would guess St Louis doesn't give up many breakaways and 2 on 1's compared to Edmonton - but there is no stat for that.

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#50 Oilers G- Nations Poet Laureate
October 01 2013, 05:33PM
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LET'S GO OI-LERS!

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at a decible level of 195

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