Because that’s something you don’t see every day. Usually, the only time a teammate visits a penalized player is to deliver his stick and gloves or helmet or assorted other paraphernalia after a fight.
Seabrook confirmed Friday, back in Chicago in preparation for Saturday’s fifth game, that he was worried about the captain’s frame of mind, and concerned about its effect on the team, given the Blackhawks’ precarious position in this series, in which they now trail the Detroit Red Wings 3-1.
“After his third one, he looked frustrated,” Seabrook admitted, “and I don’t know if that was a reason for the penalties — it was a little bit of bad luck on his part with his stick — but I just tried to calm him down.
“We need him, he’s the best player on the team and our leader. And you know, if the rest of the group sees him like that it’s going to trickle down, so we need him to be focused and ready, and I just told him to sit down and take a couple of deep breaths and be ready to be back out there. We need him.”
what if john really was just on a real hunting trip and he was stalking a deer through the woods and then he comes back and jess is dead and sam is back in the game and he’s just like
god dammit dean
I don’t think there’s any hope for this not looking ridiculous, so I didn’t even try.